When you turn cheeseburgers into Wisconsin Cheeseburgers, you’re not just adding extra flavor, you’re adding the prestige of award-winning quality. Quality your customers will pay a premium for.
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Both quick-service Jack in the Box and “fine-casual” Shake Shack and reported solid quarters and both were aided by introductions of popular new burgers as well as price increases. The latter indicates lessening consumer resistance to slightly higher checks, which can help all restaurants.
Shake Shack is edging deeper into the QSR breakfast competition. Beginning May 11, the Shake Shack unit in Washington, D.C.’s Union Station will add a breakfast menu, something currently found only at the chain’s locations in JFK and Dubai International airports and New York’s Grand Central Terminal. In D.C., breakfast will be served between 7 […]
April 29th, 2015 | Category: breakfast | Comments are closed
Restaurant Brands International reported strong Q1 sales for both its Burger King and Tim Hortons brands. In doing so it countered two common media assumptions: that Millennials have walked away from QSR burgers and that Taco Bell has significantly cut into competitors’ breakfast business.
Burger King comparable sales were up 4.6% globally and +6.9% in […]
Few people understand McDonald’s Corp. as well as Barry Klein, who served as its director of advertising from 1969 to 1974 and is credited with creating Ronald McDonald and leading the iconic “You deserve a break today” ad campaign. After many years in advertising he now is a principal at Klein & Co., which creates […]
The McDonald’s After Midnight menu has worked, but with limited choices.
At a recent meeting with financial analysts, new McDonald’s Corp. CEO Steve Easterbrook “acknowledged a need to be less risk averse and to seek progress rather than perfection with a willingness to try, test and either embrace or discard initiatives,” according to a […]
McDonald’s needs something attention grabbing, innovative and appealing, as is clear from the -2.8% drop in U.S. same-store sales for August reported this week. That need for something fresh and different may be why BurgerBusiness.com has learned that McDonald’s Corp. in July filed a federal trademark registration (application #86345988) for the term “McBrunch.”
The May Burger of the Month at Burger 21 restaurants iis The Gruyère Burger. That's Certified Angus Beef with Gruyère and freshly seared asparagus, crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, whole-grain honey mustard and an over-easy egg. To see the full list of May's Burger of the Month specials around the globe, click Burgers of the Month .