Weekly Global Wrap: KFC scraps old loyalty scheme; Domino’s, Heinz breakfast pizza; Top QSRs tap Indian-inspired dishes; Burger King expands in Poland
Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.
KFC revealed a new Korean BBQ flavour twister wrap in its menu, alongside new deals. More from The Sun.
Domino’s teamed up with Heinz to make a breakfast pizza with classic meat toppings. More from Metro.co.
US food chains such as Pizza Hut, Dominos, Subway, McDonald’s, and KFC tapped an Indian-inspired menu. More from Business Insider.
Burger King will grow its market in Poland by tapping McWin. More from Bloomberg.
Customers of Domino’s US will benefit from an inflation relief deal as they are entitled for a 20% discount on menu items they order online. More from Fox Business.
Sainsbury’s opened a restaurant hub in Sydenham superstore, the second dine-in and takeaway concept. Brands in the hub include Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Slim Chickens and Ed’s Easy Diner. More from Grocery Gazette.
Fast food giant, KFC, removed its old stamp collecting scheme for loyalty points which could make fans mad. More from The Sun.
Pret A Manger ends partnership with Tesco, which means the retail coffee range will also be scrapped. More from World Coffee Portal.
Peckwater Brands acquired Honest Food Company’s operations in four markets. More from Big Hospitality UK.