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Restaurants are featuring branded products in breakfast sandwiches, burgers and more.
Restaurant Brands International says half of the candidates interviewing for jobs at its offices will come from “demonstrably diverse” groups.
Burger King and Starbucks have added new products with fake meat as the trend picks back up again.
Sweets, sips and toasty sandwiches are the top menu choices.
Sales turn positive at Carrols Restaurant Group, while adjusted earnings are set to improve this quarter.
The breakfast item, made with Impossible Sausage, shows that chains are slowly returning to normal following the pandemic.
Deals are a draw in both quick service and casual dining, finds Technomic.
But sister brands Tim Hortons and Burger King are both down, even as the chains’ sales improve.
But at a meeting with industry representatives yesterday, the president kept pushing business-meal deductibility as a better route to prosperity.
So will Tim Hortons as parent company Restaurant Brands International moves into the next phase of reopening.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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