IHOP, Waffle House and Dunkin' Donuts Are Unimpressed With McDonald's All-Day Breakfast

Who will be the breakfast king?

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Conquering the breakfast market is essential for fast-food brands—sales last year reached $34.5 billion, per research firm Technomic. So now that McDonald's has launched its hotly anticipated all-day breakfast, other brands are fighting back on Twitter. 

IHOP, Dunkin Donuts, Denny's, Waffle House, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Carl's Jr. and, heck, even 7-Eleven had something to say about McDonald's decision to offer breakfast all day.

One reason rivals are feeling competitive: The burger giant accounts for one-third of fast-food breakfast sales.

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