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Located in the grounds of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace, the Wadakura Fountain Park store is designed to reduce its carbon, water, and waste footprint.
The shop will help the chain build brand awareness as the company looks to grow its restaurant footprint.
It will have seating for 46 diners along with ‘grab and go’ options.
The chicken brand was created with British YouTube group The Sidemen.
Digital continues to be the main driver of the business, the company said.
Revenues at the restaurants it has opened this year are “far more” than the chain had expected.
It joins a growing number of food companies that have announced global commitments to eliminate the use of cages in their egg supply chains.
The chain also appointed two more companies in the UK as part of its roster of franchisees.
It will remain in the market, saying they are “more committed than ever” to growing their mobility platform.
The partnership will first pilot with 15 centres from 13 December 2021.
The chain said this is their first store in the country to adopt a modular system of construction.
The chain is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering.
Sales for fast food chains rose 5.4% last month due to demand for takeaway and delivery services.
The Mexican QSR recently embarked on a hiring spree across the country.

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Located in the grounds of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace, the Wadakura Fountain Park store is designed to reduce its carbon, water, and waste footprint.
The shop will help the chain build brand awareness as the company looks to grow its restaurant footprint.
It will have seating for 46 diners along with ‘grab and go’ options.
The chicken brand was created with British YouTube group The Sidemen.
Digital continues to be the main driver of the business, the company said.
Revenues at the restaurants it has opened this year are “far more” than the chain had expected.
It joins a growing number of food companies that have announced global commitments to eliminate the use of cages in their egg supply chains.
The chain also appointed two more companies in the UK as part of its roster of franchisees.
It will remain in the market, saying they are “more committed than ever” to growing their mobility platform.
The partnership will first pilot with 15 centres from 13 December 2021.
The chain said this is their first store in the country to adopt a modular system of construction.
The chain is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering.
Sales for fast food chains rose 5.4% last month due to demand for takeaway and delivery services.
The Mexican QSR recently embarked on a hiring spree across the country.

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Nearly ten years in, Sushi Izu seeks to reclaim momentum to go beyond its supermarket footprint

Advanced Fresh Concepts general manager for Australia Damien Blakeney reveals details on their sister brand and how they have remained resilient in a supermarket setting.

‘Retail doesn’t stand still’: Krispy Kreme on adapting to consumer needs post-pandemic

Australia & New Zealand retail director Nicola Steele joins QSR Media’s newest podcast episode.

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Brittany Garbutt elaborates on her vision for expanding overseas and her branding philosophy.

How EFG is rethinking its brand portfolio to turbocharge post-COVID growth

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