All Burger King articles – Page 8

  • Leon Restaurant

    Euro Garages eyes Leon link up


    Forecourt operator Euro Garages and Leon, the healthy fast food chain, have held talks about opening a site together

  • Salad
    Analysis & Insight

    Survey flags up high salt content of OOH salads


    Campaign group Action on Salt is calling for mandatory colour-coded nutrition labelling in restaurants and fast food outlets, following the results of its latest survey, which highlighted the high levels of salt in some bought salads.

  • Telepizza

    Niya Group secures first Telepizza site


    Telepizza franchisee Niya Group has secured its first site for the partnership and the third opening for the brand in the UK.

  • pricing analysis
    Analysis & Insight

    Greater use of psychological pricing expected


    The use of psychological pricing is expected to increase, as market conditions remain tough and operators try to tempt customers through their doors, according to new MCA research.

  • News

    Smashburger to launch meat substitute burger


    Smashburger, the US burger franchise, is preparing to launch a next-generation meat substitute burger in its UK estate, MCA understands.

  • Pret CEO Clive Schlee

    How Pret turned values into value


    The news that Bridgepoint has agreed to sell Pret A Manger to JAB Holdings marks a new chapter for a brand that has consistently been voted the most admired among sector leaders. James Wallin looks at the values underpinning the brand and what the deal may mean for Pret and its investors – both incoming and outgoing – as well as assessing what wider impact the company’s £1k staff bonus may have on hospitality’s reputation as an employer.

  • Telepizza

    Telepizza secures second UK franchisee


    Telepizza, the Spanish delivery chain, has secured its second franchisee for London and the South East

  • News

    Adil strenghtens Taco Bell pipeline


    The Adil Group, the multi-site franchise operator, have lined up a number of new sites for Taco Bell, KFC, Costa Coffee and Burger King openings, MCA understands.

  • Byrons
    Analysis & Insight

    Brand building in adversity


    A number of high-profile restaurant brands are currently in the limelight for their economic woes. But how much of their difficulties can be traced back to the strength or otherwise of the brand, and what can be done to rescue it once it has been damaged? Ian Dunstall shares his thoughts

  • Ivan Schofield

    Schofield chairs TDR-backed Buffalo Grill chain


    Ivan Schofield has joined the board of Buffalo Grill, the 356-strong French steakhouse concept, as its non-executive chairman

  • News

    Just Eat UK orders up 19% in 2017


    Just Eat saw UK order growth of 19% to 105 million in 2017, with revenue for the segment up 28% to £303.7m.

  • Opinion

    Food hall trend steps up a gear in the US


    In the US, food halls are already an established trend in the major cities, but are now starting to make major in-roads in territories across America. Kerstin Kühn investigates

  • Burger King

    Hills swaps CDG for Burger King UK


    Lizzi Hills has stepped down from the Casual Dining Group Burger King UK as its new strategic finance director

  • Tim Hortons

    Tim Hortons to see “accelerated international growth”


    Restaurant Brands has said it is looking to accelerate the international development of its Tim Hortons brand.

  • McDonalds

    Brandwatch: McDonald’s


    The global burger giant yesterday announced its 47th consecutive quarter of sales and guest count growth in the UK. We look at data from MCA’s Eating Out Panel to assess how the brand has been performing against its peers over the past year.

  • Opinion

    Neil Rankin: ‘Nothing is completely original, but you don't have to copy others'


    Temper founder Neil Rankin has set out to create a handful of exciting eateries, unique in their own right but with the common goal of using the whole animal. He talks to MCA’s new sister title, Food Spark, about the UK’s insatiable appetite for barbecue, why restaurateurs should not be pushing sustainability and how “trends are for supermarkets”

  • Burger King UK CEO Alasdair Murdoch

    Murdoch named Burger King UK CEO


    Alasdair Murdoch, who stepped down from GBK at the end of last year, is to become chief executive of Burger King UK


    Retailers’ Retailer finalists announced


    The finalists show strong performances from wet-led businesses across the year represented in the shortlist.

  • Analysis & Insight

    The great 'scam' of international franchising


    Overseas licensing is seen as a natural next step for brands who have established themselves in their home market. But operators should beware that the pavements of foreign markets are not necessarily paved with gold and great care should be taken in finding the right partner. In his latest column, Jasper Reid examines the issue.

  • Eating out

    MCA’s Big Fat Review of the Year


    From Admiral’s acquisition to Zizzi’s tie-up with Sainsbury’s, we present a potted history of 2017