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Social Media Wrap Up: Shake Shack’s Jalapeno Ranch series; RB Tea’s tropical summer range; QSRs unveil Mother’s Day deals

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


Texas Chicken Singapore is heading to Ang Mo Kio.

Jamba Juice Philippines is sponsoring a summer fitness programme.


Shake Shack Singapore introduced its limited edition Jalapeno Ranch series.

Starbucks Philippines added a new Zebra cake to their summer range.

MOS Burger Singapore has a new Sweet & Sour Wagyu Burger.

Triple O’s Hong Kong brought back their Southern Buttermilk Chicken Club.

Pepper Lunch Singapore is now selling New Zealand Striploin Beef Steak.

Pacific Coffee launched its Stone-Baked Raisin Sandwich Series.

PROMOTIONS Potato Corner is selling PHP 1 (US$0.021) fries through a flash deal with retail company Shopee.

Check out these Mother’s Day deals from chains across the region:

nomVnom has a new special Labour Day deal.

Photo credit: Shake Shack

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