White Castle's E-Z Quiz
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White Castle was founded in Wichita, Kansas. Billy Ingram partnered with
cook Walter Anderson to make White Castle into a chain of restaurants
and market White Castle. What was the date?
September 13, 1921
September 13, 1922
September 13, 1923
2) Anderson is credited with invention of "the kitchen as
assembly line, and the cook as infinitely replaceable technician",
hence giving rise to the modern fast food phenomenon.
3) In 1933, Ingram bought out Anderson, and the following year the
company moved corporate headquarters.
Where was it moved to?
St. Louis, Missouri
4) Any additives, such as ketchup or mustard, were to be added by the
5) When was the five holes in the patty added to facilitate quick and
6) The name was chosen by Ingram to distinguish it from other fast
food outlets. "White" was chosen for its connotations of
purity. At the time, Americans were hesitant to eat ground beef after
the 1906 novel The Jungle had publicized the poor sanitation
practices of the meat packing industry.
Who wrote the novel?
7) In 1994 White Castle was granted a U.S. trademark on a term which
was a common nickname for its product.
What is the nickname?
8) White Castle's marketing campaign capitalizes on the unique
qualities of its product. "The Crave" is depicted in radio and
television spots as a sort of addiction to White Castle burgers.
9) Many Southerners tend to compare White Castle's burgers with what
chain's square burgers?
10) The world's largest White Castle restaurant opened on February
15, 2008. It has 3,270 square feet of space.
Where is the restaurant