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Weekly Global Wrap: Just Eat Takeaway reduces 390 jobs; McDonald’s raising prices; Greggs and Primark's fashion collection

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

Greggs and Primark’s are set to drop a fashion collection on 5 August. Their first collection already dropped in February. Read more from Metro UK. 

Just Eat Takeaway.com will restructure its operations in France and reduce more than 300 jobs because of “challenging market dynamics.” Read More from Reuters.

McDonald’s Corporation has increased prices on its menu whilst the firm is still cautious about customer sentiment. Read More from Restaurant News.

Domino’s Pizza grappled with higher costs and delivery drivers shortage. The fast food chain also missed its expected target. Read More from CNBC. 

Tesco cafes offered free children’s meals at the supermarket cafes during summer holidays amidst rising inflation. Read more from The Guardian.

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