INTERNATIONAL | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Weekly Global News Wrap: Taco Bell's Nacho Fries campaign comes with a new ballad; Starbucks invests in renewable energy; Chipotle unveils limited-edition Pride gear

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week from around the world.

Taco Bell unveiled its latest campaign for the fourth limited-time run of its Nacho Fries. The movie-themed campaign stars Hollywood actor Darren Criss as Zack Collins, a singer discovered while he croons about the fries. Read more here.

Starbucks Corporation will power 3,000 locations with clean energy by 2021 via a partnership with LevelTen Energy. A data-sharing collaboration between the project developers and LevelTen will allow the coffee giant to monitor its renewable energy generation, track portfolio performance and streamline contract management. Read more here.

McDonald’s Corporation announced its International Currency Exchange, where the fast food chain will take any amount of foreign currency customers may have in exchange for one of the items from its international menu. Read more here.

Chipotle announced its 'Love What Makes You Real' campaign for Pride month. As reported by Yahoo! Finance, the chain will celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with limited edition pride gear benefitting The Trevor Project and will be participating in parades across the United States. Read more here.

Jamba Juice is dropping “Juice” from its name. As reported by Business Insider, the name change is part of a brand relaunch and plans to remodel all of its 800-plus franchise locations within 18 months. Read more here.

Photo credit: Taco Bell

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