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The burger chain is taking its Crispy Tacos nationwide for a limited time.
The company apologized to Tempe, Ariz., police after a barista asked six officers to leave one of its stores on July 4.
The former PepsiCo executive will take over the fast-food giant’s top financial post.
The franchisor has filed at least three recent lawsuits accusing operators of not properly vetting worker eligibility.
The company said it sold 40 million more Quarter Pounders in the first quarter than it did a year ago.
The company is testing voice-activated ordering, along with automated fry makers and beverage stations, to improve speed and experience.
The product was so popular during a test that some stores sold out within two weeks.
The company will provide royalty relief to operators and add to the chain’s ad fund in a bid to improve the brand’s recovery.
The latest acquisition gives Fat Brands its eighth brand as it continues to collect franchises.
The company is doubling down on plant-based Beyond Meat by adding it to burritos.
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