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The Goodness Fund financially supports employees who experience unforeseen emergencies.
Along with themed drinks and pastries, the chain is also offering limited-edition ugly sweater koozies.
The new platform is part of the chain’s continuing push into off-premise.
The agreement is intended to grow Burger King’s presence in the United Kingdom.
The Double Doozies will be available in three flavors.
Guests will have the choice between Boston clam chowder, cheesy chicken tortilla soup or Farmer Boys’ signature scratch-made chili.
Brian O’Hagan first joined the chain as an area director in 2013.
The new design includes a beverage fountain offering pure cane soda and a stand-alone bakery area.
Brian Livingston is returning to the company after leaving in 2014.
The four sandwiches are available for dine in and delivery.
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