By M&C Report team2012-09-18T12:21:00+01:00
KFC UK & Ireland is to roll out rapid electric vehicle charging points at up to 450 of its restaurants across the country.
KFC’s UK sales were up 16% in Q3, the best performing territory in the Yum! global estate. Yum! CEO David Gibbs, described the results as “encouraging” and that they demonstrated the “resilience of the Yum! portfolio as Yum! generated year-over-year core operating profit growth, continued to reopen temporarily closed restaurants and achieved global same-store sales growth of approximately flat, in aggregate, for our open store base. “For the second consecutive quarter, digital sales increased by more than $1bn over the prior year and set a single quarter record of $4bn.
KFC UK and Ireland has announced plans to create a further 5,400 jobs following a surge in takeaway demand through the coronavirus crisis, Sky News reports.
Issuing further financial support for hospitality would be a “good policy decision” for Government if they wish to see a fast-paced recovery, Whitbread CEO Alison Brittain has said.
Burger brand Meatliquor is to open a temporary drive thru restaurant next month in North Finchley.
Leon has added a carbon-neutral range to its fast-food menu in a bid to bolster its environmental credentials.
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