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Social Media Wrap Up: KFC Singapore’s Original Recipe Riser; Starbucks Singapore’s spooky frappuccino; McDonald’s Singapore’s Seaweed McShaker Fries returns

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


KFC Singapore upped its breakfast game with the new KFC Original Recipe Riser.

Pizza Hut brought back its Sweet 'N' Spicy Drumlets and Honey Roasted Wings.

McDonald’s Singapore’s Seaweed McShaker Fries made a return.

Starbucks Singapore introduced its spooky take on the frappuccino, in anticipation of Halloween.


Subway Singapore is calling on fans to sketch their Mobile Legends hero using the chain’s sub as a template.

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Affected employees would be redeployed within the group.
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