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Big Burger King franchisee Carrols sees some dramatic improvement

Store closures, cost cuts and rising sales are putting the operator on a path toward positive cash flow.

Restaurant Brands International is also providing rent relief and is easing requirements for remodels to keep operators afloat.

The company is also slowing down on acquisitions as it looks to build up its profitability.

Or did the chain turn off customers with its photo of a 28-day-old premium sandwich? RB’s The Bottom Line takes a look.

The chain is eliminating artificial preservatives and using a moldy Whopper to advertise it.

The company blamed fewer discounts for weakening same-store sales last quarter and believes plant-based meat is a new platform.

The chain’s delivery commercial set more consumers on a path to purchase than ads run by McDonald’s and several other larger chains, according to rating service EDO.

The chain is adding the plant-based sandwich to its 2-for-$6 promotion for a limited time.

Franchisee Carrols Restaurant Group said its Popeyes same-store sales were up more than 21% last quarter, while Burger King underperformed.

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