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2018 Top 500: Mexican

The Top 250 Mexican chains, ranked.
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Limited-service Mexican chains within the Top 500 grew sales 6.4% in 2017; unit count increased 3.5%. Eighteen saw positive sales growth, while 7 saw sales drop.

Full-serivce Mexican chains within the Top 500 grew sales 2.6% in 2017; unit count increased 0.3%. Ten saw positive sales growth, while 7 saw sales drop.

2018 RankChain Name2017 US Sales ($000,000)2017 US Units
Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report; *Technomic estimate

*Technomic estimate; Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report

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