Did You Know?
Every year, Cracker Barrel serves …
- 215 million guests
- 300 million biscuits
- 220 million eggs
- 121 million slice of bacon
- 80 million pancakes
- 37 million portion of grits
- 13 million pounds of chicken tenders
- 11 million orders of Chicken n’ Dumplins
- Sells over 4 million Moon Pies
- We serve 7,000 guests in each store
- We use 70,000 pounds of flour to produce our made-from-scratch biscuits and dumplings
Bet you didn’t know
- We have 32 stores with electric vehicle charging stations (24 in Tennessee and 8 in Texas)
- Each store has about 10,000 square feet on approximately 2.5 acres of land
- Each restaurant has 177-207 seats
- Travelers make up 40% of our business
- We have over 1660 billboards across America to remind you we are always near
Our top sellers
- Rockers, of course
- Over 10 million Peg Games have been made exclusively for us
- Each year, our very popular thin sticks, (each 5.25 inches in length) would create a line 940 miles long if laid end to end
Cracker Barrel Headquarters
- The headquarters for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is located in Middle Tennessee east of downtown Nashville, in the town of Lebanon and is comprised of 98 acres.
- The beautiful campus includes three man-made lakes and five buildings. Two additional corporate buildings are located outside the gates of campus. All corporate buildings comprise over 650,000 square feet.
- The lakes provide landscape irrigation so the company does not have to use city water.
- The land was originally a working farm with beautiful trees, with some being more than 40 years old, including the Spring Creek Bladder Pod tree. The Spring Creek Bladder Pod tree, which only exist in Wilson County and is on the endangered species, is monitored annually by the state.
- The duck, geese, deer and turkey that roam the serene campus setting all found the campus on their own and are welcomed guests. In fact, we think of them now as family and our campus is their home. We love how they greet employees who walk the trails winding through campus.
- The original corporate office from 1969 was in a different location. The company began construction of its current campus in the 1970s and moved into the first building in 1974.