Montana is continuing to grow and change. Montana's food options are continuing to grow and change as well. There are at least two specific chains that have plans to expand in Montana that we haven't seen before.

Read More: 2 Popular Chain Restaurants Are Finally Coming to Montana

With chain restaurants, you trust that they will be consistent across different locations . Once you have eaten at one of them, you can expect to experience the same at another. When it comes to trust, there are some restaurant chains that are more "trusted" than others.

Montana Has the Most and Least "Trusted" Chain Restaurants

According to a report by Chain Store the restaurant chains that are the most trustworthy brands are Pizza Hut (40%), followed by KFC (39%) and McDonald's (37%). When it comes to the least trusted brands, Panera Bread (20%), Chipotle Grill and Sonic Drive-Ins (18%) are the least trusted. Chipotle being the overall least trusted brand by "baby boomers".

Montana's Least "Trusted" Chain Restaurants

Montana doesn't have a lot of the least trusted brand locations, but we do have some of them. Montana has 3 locations of Panera Bread, one in Kalispell, Billings and Missoula. There are 4 Chipotle locations in Montana, located in Kalispell, Billings, Missoula and Bozeman. There are only 2 locations for Sonic Drive Ins, in Great Falls and Billings.

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Read More: Montanans Won't See Any Of The Top Chain Restaurants Here 

When it comes to "America's Favorite Chain Restaurants", Montana doesn't have any locations of the top 10 favorites, yet. Maybe one of these days we will get the announcement that one of them will be opening a location in Montana.

10 Best Steakhouses in Montana

If you live in Montana, you have to love a good steak dinner now and then. Luckily, here in Montana, we have steakhouses that spread far and wide throughout the state. If you are traveling through Montana or vacationing around the state, give one of these places a try.

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LOOK: Food history from the year you were born

From product innovations to major recalls, Stacker researched what happened in food history every year since 1921, according to news and government sources.

Gallery Credit: Joni Sweet