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Social Media Wrap Up: Burger King S’pore’s Japanese burgers; McDonald’s Singapore’s new blueberry pie; Jollibee responds to ‘fried towel’ incident

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.

BRAND AND STORE UPDATES

Jollibee issued a statement in response to a recent ‘fried towel’ incident.

Hot Roll Malaysia opened a store in Kuantan Medical Centre

NEW ON THE MENU

Burger King Singapore rolled out a couple of Japanese burgers.

Tiger Sugar Singapore is selling a brown sugar boba tea with Australian soy milk.

KFC Singapore brought back the Cheesy Zinger Double Down.

McDonald’s Singapore introduced their new Blueberry Cream Cheese Pie.

Goldilocks launched new bundles via GrabFood.

PROMOTIONS

Starbucks Brunei celebrates National Donut Day with a free donut deal for beverage orders.

Wingstop is offering a 10% discount for pick-up orders made online.

Photo credit: Burger King Singapore Facebook

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The range is first accessible via Deliveroo.
QSR Brands is also donating 70,000 limited-edition KFC face masks to frontliners.
Plans are understood to be preliminary.
The brand hopes to find success in the competitive food category.
The new item is available at participating locations through October 18.
The latest move is part of the company’s series of forays to integrate plant-based alternatives.
The company operated 390 Yoshinoya and 189 Dairy Queen restaurants in China as of the end of 2020.
Interstate franchise opportunities will open up once the brand has established its presence in NSW.
The 15-meter traveling kitchen will allow the brand to expand its presence in both existing and new markets without traditional overhead costs.
The South Korean bakery chain will also include a vegetarian menu and vegetarian options for main dishes.