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Social Media Wrap Up: Pacific Coffee's Impossible penne; 4Fingers Singapore's curry katsu range; Marrybrown offering limited-time deals via Shopee

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

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MOS Burger Singapore introduced mini sausages to their menu.

Pacific Coffee partnered with Impossible Foods to launch a plant-based penne.

Cafe de Coral introduced its new chicken leg range.

4Fingers Singapore’s new curry katsu range has arrived.

PROMOTIONS Marrybrown will be offering limited time deals via Shopee on 9 September.

Subway Singapore offered a deal featuring their spicy subs.

Sakae Sushi Malaysia is offering an unlimited “buy-one-for-one” deal in select outlets in celebration of their 23rd anniversary.

Photo credit: Pacific Coffee Facebook

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