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Chicks Fries are Back on Burger King Menu

Chicks Fries are Back on Burger King Menu

Fast food Restaurant Company Burger King announced on Monday that it has permanently brought back chicken fries on its menu. The latest move by global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants proved that chicken is a hot seller even Burger king is famous for hamburgers.

Burger King had first launched chicken fries about ten year ago. In 2012, the company had taken the chicken fries off the menu, but now the company has brought them back. While announcing the return of chicken fries, Burger King said that there are a number of fans of chicken fries whose demand has led the chain to bring the product back on the menu.

Burger King to Remove Fountain Drinks from its Kids’ Menu

Burger King to Remove Fountain Drinks from its Kids’ Menu

Burger King has taken an initiative to improve its offering to children under the Kids' Menu by adding healthy options. The fast food chain has removed fountain drinks from the kids' meals.

In the revised menu, fat-free milk, 100% apple juice and low-fat chocolate milk will be offered. It seems that other fast-food companies are also making similar changes. In January, Wendy's made the same changes.

In 2013, McDonald's removed pop from its Happy Meals. These efforts are being made to control America's obesity problem. With more such changes, it has become difficult for children to get soft drinks at fast-food joints.

Burger King to launch in India with no beef on menu

Burger KingWashington, Nov 1 Burger King is set to open their first location in India in November with an entirely beef-free menu.

Burger King India, which has opted to drop beef and pork from its menu in order to respect the religious practices of the Hindus and Muslims that make up most of the country's population, will be offering Chicken Whopper, a Vegetable Whopper and a Mutton Whopper, Fox News reported.

However, after Burger King India announced the news on their official Facebook page, fast-food lovers in India slammed it for not offering beef and pork whoppers.

Burger King enters Crimea after McDonald's exit

Burger-KingSevastopol, April 10 : Burger King Russia has announced it would open restaurants in Crimea after exit of its rival McDonald's from the peninsula, the media reported.

"We are planning to open in Crimea, but I cannot say when exactly it will happen or how many outlets the company will have," ITAR-TASS quoted Burger King Russia CEO Dmitry Medovy as saying Wednesday.

Burger King currently has around 200 restaurants in Russia. The global chain of fast food restaurants sensed an opportunity after its rival's departure after Crimea and Sevastopol seceded from Ukraine and joined the Russian Federation, according to The Independent.

Burger King is still 'exploring' Indian market

Burger-KingWashington, Oct 26 : Burger King, which claims to be the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world, says it is still exploring the India market but as of now no openings are scheduled.

"We're still exploring the India market, however, there are no openings scheduled at this point. As always, we're more than happy to share news with you when we have it," the Miami, Florida based company told IANS in an e-mail response Friday.

The company did not directly confirm or deny an Indian media report that it will soon enter India through a franchising partnership with a company majority owned by private equity firm Everstone.

Burger King loses 8% revenue to winter storm

Burger-KingFast-food chain Burger King announced an 8 per cent drop in its sales for US and Canada in the first two months of the year on Tuesday. A strong winter storm during the period remained the reason for the same, the company said in a statement.

The figures are related to the burger maker's sales from the stores, which were in operation for at least 12 months.

On a global basis, the same-store sales of the company dropped 5.4 per cent for the period on a year-on-year basis.

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