Western Australia’s favourite ready-to-eat chook chain is on the march, with 10 stores to be added to the home state by the end of 2021, and in 2022 a launch
Craveable Brands, which is the parent company of Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat, is on a recruitment surge, thanks to the growth of these popular brands during the pandemic.
What do Oporto, Chicken Treat and Red Rooster have in common? Other than the obvious menu ingredient, chicken, these three homegrown Aussie food franchisees all share a parent company, Craveable Brands.
For the first time in its over 40-year history, Western Australian icon Chicken Treat is heading to Melbourne. Partnering with Delivery platform Deliveroo, the new Chicken Treat Melbourne expansion comes
Craveable Brands group CEO and director Brett Houldin is stepping down after five years with the three-brand fast food business. Houldin joined craveable brands as finance director and COO in 2014. Three years
Brett Houldin knows about finance. Following his grandfather’s footsteps into accounting, this energetic CEO of craveable brands notched up experience with high profile brands such as PwC, Qantas, News Corp
A full-scale repositioning strategy has paid off for Australian fast-food chain Chicken Treat, with the brand reporting its strongest sales performance in years. Competition in the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR)
Craveable Brands, the franchisor behind fast-food chains Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat been sold. The Craveable Brands sale sees PAG Asia Capital, the private equity buyout arm of investment
The 570 Australian franchisee owners of Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat stores earn an estimated $135,000 each per year, according to franchisor Craveable Brands, which is fighting back against claims of struggling franchisees.