International News

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McDonald’s Canada Is Getting Rid of Plastic Cutlery, Stir Sticks and Straws by December

McDonald’s Canada is saying goodbye to plastic cutlery (except its McFlurry spoons), stir sticks and straws and replacing them with wooden and paper alternatives by December.

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Krispy Kreme To Fill a Hole in Canadian Market With New Deal

The doughnut chain announced it was taking majority control over Krispy K Canada. With just 11 points of access across the country, Canada represents a significant opportunity for expansion.

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Blanco Professional Becomes B.PRO

Starting next month, the German manufacturer Blanco Professional will become known as B.PRO.

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Japanese Chain Marugame Udon Names CEO for U.S.

The Tokyo-based fast-casual chain is looking to expand its footprint stateside with the hiring of Gregg Imamoto as the CEO for U.S. operations.

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Yum China and Lavazza Put a Jolt in Cafe Expansion Plans

With more than 20 cafes open currently in China, the companies now plan to ramp that number up to 1,000 by 2025.

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Topgolf Swings into China

Topgolf is swinging into China as it opens its first location in Shanghai, with another to follow in Chengdu that will be the biggest Topgolf location in the world.

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Fat Brands To Open Six of Its Concepts in the Middle East

Fat Brands' new development deal will bring more than 200 restaurants to the Middle East over the next five years.

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Jollibee Launches Mobile Kitchen in Ontario

The Philippines-based fast-food chain is taking the ghost kitchen to the next level with the debut of its first mobile kitchen in partnership with DoorDash.

Domino’s, KFC Expand Global Footprints

Domino’s has opened its first store in Lithuania, and KFC just landed its 49th location in Italy.

Burger, Pizza Chains Announce Plans for International Growth

Soon more Russian customers will get a taste of Carl’s Jr., while Palestinians will get a bigger slice of Pizza Inn pie as the two brands announced expansions into the international markets this week.

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