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Weekly Global News Wrap Up: Domino's US trumps rival fast food chains; Calorie labels do not improve customers' diets; Yum China aims to triple its outlets

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week from around the world.

  • According to the Chicago Tribune, Domino's Pizza posted a jump in sales in the last quarter, even as other fast-food companies in the US blamed weaker-than-expected growth on cheaper groceries, political uncertainty and other factors. READ MORE HERE
  • Dunkin' Brands Group, after placing significant focus on rolling out and marketing innovative new coffees and other beverages, clarified that it will not stop selling fast food, as reported by The Street. READ MORE HERE
  • According to a report by iNews, one large fast food chain has become so popular among children in Scotland that it provided more than a third of meals served to under-12s in Scotland last year as found by recent research. READ MORE HERE
  • Calorie labels on fast food menus will do nothing to improve diets, a new study covered by the Daily Mail showed. Only eight per cent of people will make healthy choices as a result of the scheme, scientists claim. READ MORE HERE
  • Fast-food chains like KFC and Arby's are following in Chik-Fil-A's footsteps in customer service, and it's paying off in a big way, reports Business Insider Australia. READ MORE HERE
  • Yum Brands Inc said it can triple the number of restaurants in its China division, according to an article by Reuters, even as it is being spun off into a separate business. READ MORE HERE
  • Business Insider made a timeline below to highlight some of the most crucial moments in the history of McDonald's, covering the good, the bad, and the burgers from the rise of the Golden Arches to the triumph of all-day breakfast. READ MORE HERE
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