Weekly Global Wrap: Jollibee stops Dunkin' venture in China; KFC’s apology over Kristallnacht promotion; Military members to get free food on Veterans Day

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.

Wendy’s is set to release its peppermint frosty to anticipate the holiday spirit. More from People.

KFC issued an apology for promoting Kristallnacht with cheesy chicken. More from BBC.

Starbucks celebrates the 25th year of its holiday cups. More from CNN.

Fast food firms will give free food for military members to celebrate Veterans Day. More from People.

Jollibee stopped its Dunkin’ venture in China after struggling with expansion plans. More from Nikkei Asia.

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