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Weekly Global Wrap: Taco Bell's in-app voting; McDonald's makes happy meal for adults; Domino's Pizza hiring spree in UK, Ireland

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

 

Soul Foods Group to use investor funds for new site developments and renovations. The group owns some global food franchisees. More from Food Service Equipment Journal.

 

Coffee roaster 200 Degrees will set up shop in Derby within Derbion shopping centre, which can serve up to 60 customers. More from East Midlands Business Link.

 

McDonald’s India launches new menu, McCheese Burger. More from Afaq.

 

Taco Bell and McDonald’s are tapping new market strategies with nostalgia. Taco Bell offers first-ever in-app voting experience whilst McDonald’s is rolling out its happy meal but for adults. More from Yahoo.  

 

Domino’s Pizza is starting a hiring spree for UK and Ireland stores as it eyes to make 10 million pizzas. More from This is Money.

 

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