Weekly Global Wrap: Leon first to serve carbon-neutral burger and fries range; Wendy’s eyes Australian market; McDonald’s opens 3 Ukraine stores
Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.
Meals out and takeaways will be the first to suffer once UK consumers cut their expenses during autumn season amidst rising costs. More from Daily Mail.
Awadhi cuisine grab-and-go restaurant to enter London market. More from Big Hospitality.
Fast food chain Leon will be the first to serve an eco-friendly burger and fries range in more than 60 stores all over the UK. More from Edie.net.
Wendy’s is looking to enter Australia’s large QSR industry as it enlists strategists for this plan. More from RetailNews Asia.
Amidst Russia-Ukraine conflict, McDonald’s said it will begin opening three branches in Kyiv after they vowed to bring back employees’ jobs even during the war. More from The New York Times.
TGI Friday’s is looking to expand its market in Asia, with plans to establish 75 stores in South and Southeast Asia over the next decade. More from Restaurant Business Online.