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McDonald’s social distancing logo backs health message


International fast food chain McDonald’s logo has been altered in some global markets to emphasise the importance of social distancing during the coronavirus crisis. The popular restaurant chain is largely

DannyBoys seeks five new franchises


Sandwich firm DannyBoys has a goal of five franchises to open in Queensland within the next 12 months. The first DannyBoys opened its doors in Kelvin Grove, Brisbane in April

KFC suspends dine-in option


KFC Australia is suspending its dine-in option in response to the call for social distancing in the community. The fried chicken favourite will continue to offer drive-through, pick-up and delivery. It

Hungry Jack’s Fresh Choices menu launch


Think Hungry Jack’s, think flame-grilled Whopper. Think again. While the famous burger remains high on the menu, a Fresh Choices menu launched today adds low-carb burgers, fresh chicken salads and chicken wraps. 

Subway opens 100th next-generation store


Subway is celebrating the opening of its 100th next-generation flagship restaurant. The new-look Subway Ultimo in Sydney joins 99 other restaurants that have transformed with a bright new design that

“We’ve thrown out the rule book” – Oporto customer experience revamp unveiled


Iconic Australian fast-food franchise Oporto has launched a full-scale experience update, reviving its storefronts and reworking its training program. The new Oporto customer experience revamp comes after a lengthy research and

Domino’s ‘Tap & Take Only’ concept store unveiled


Announced Tuesday, franchise giant Domino’s ‘Tap & Take Only’ concept store confirms the future of fast-food is officially cashless. The trial sees five Australian stores take all forms of payment

Domino’s youngest franchisee proves age is no barrier


Domino’s youngest franchisee, Tamara Elmore, began her career with the company at the age of 17 and just six years later, is owning and operating the Byron Bay store. The

KFC expansion delivers strong annual growth for Collins Foods


The Australian Taco Bell and KFC expansion delivered a 20.3 per cent increase in net profit to $39.1 million for Collins Foods Limited in fiscal 2019. The food retailer, which

Soul Origin CEO departs


CEO Chris Mavris will leave Soul Origin on 30 June 2019. Mavris joined the food franchise as GM nearly six years ago, then in July 2017 took on the CEO