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Raising Cane’s History
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is a popular fast-food chain in the United States, specializing in fried chicken “fingers” served with their signature Cane’s sauce. Founded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1996, the chain has grown to more than 470 locations in 25 U.S. states and territories.
The company was founded by Todd Graves, an entrepreneur with a passion for fried chicken. As a young adult, Graves worked at a few fast food restaurants in the area, gaining experience in the industry. During this time, he noticed that there were not a lot of fried chicken options available, so he decided to develop his own.
With the help of his family and friends, Graves began work on his fried chicken recipe. He experimented with different ingredients, techniques, and cooking methods. After months of trial and error, he finally developed the recipe that would become Raising Cane’s famous chicken fingers.
In 1996, Graves opened the first Raising Cane’s restaurant in Baton Rouge. With the help of his sister, Shea, the restaurant quickly became a success. Word of the delicious chicken fingers spread quickly, and soon the restaurant had a loyal following.
Within a few years, the restaurant had expanded to locations in Houston and Dallas. The growth continued with Raising Cane’s opening locations in other states as well, including California, Nevada, and Arizona.
Today, Raising Cane’s is one of the most popular fast-food chains in the United States. The company is known for its high-quality ingredients and delicious sauces, and has become a staple of many Americans’ diets.
Despite its growth, Raising Cane’s remains true to its roots. The company is still owned and operated by the Graves family, and the original recipes remain unchanged. The chain’s passion for fried chicken and commitment to serving the best possible product to its customers remains strong.