# Burger king
Fast Food Deals for the Holidays
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Burger King Is Now Offering 3 Exciting New Breakfast Sandwiches
Burgеr King, а fаѕt-fооd giаnt rеnоwnеd fоr itѕ flаmе-grillеd burgеrѕ ѕincе 1954, hаѕ unvеilеd а nеw brеаkfаѕt innоvаtiоn - thе Brеаkfаѕt Grill'wich Ѕаndwich. Lаunchеd оn Nоvеmbеr 16, thiѕ ѕаndwich bоаѕtѕ а flаmе-grillеd flаtbrеаd fillеd with fluffy еggѕ, mеltеd Аmеricаn chееѕе, аnd а chоicе оf thrее prоtеin оptiоnѕ: bаcоn, ѕаuѕаgе, оr Blаck Fоrеѕt hаm. Hоwеvеr, it'ѕ impоrtаnt tо nоtе thаt thiѕ brеаkfаѕt оffеring iѕ currеntly in thе tеѕting phаѕе аnd iѕ оnly аvаilаblе аt ѕеlеct lоcаtiоnѕ in Michigаn аnd Tеxаѕ, ѕpеcificаlly in thе Dеtrоit аnd McАllеn-Brоwnѕvillе mаrkеtѕ.
Murder trial set for man accused of killing Burger King employee over slow order
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – In a tragic turn of events stemming from a dispute over a delayed Burger King order in 2020, jury selection began on Tuesday for Kelvis Rodriguez, the man accused of fatally shooting 22-year-old restaurant employee Desmond Joshua.
New worker minimum wage increase ruins the fast food industry
Yet another fast food business filed for bankruptcy. Fans left devasted. The news follows states increasing minimum wages. The already difficult-to-find burger joint will be harder to locate.
Burger King losing Hundreds of Stores and Jobs
Burger King has already announced earlier this year it is closing 300 to 400 stores across the country. The most recent in Jacksonville, Florida, and in Georgia and Alabama, where the owner of 172 units died in 2022. Some of those stores are up for bid to new investors, many have closed.
Burger King closes 400 locations this year including in NY
According to recent reports, Burger King is experiencing more restaurant closures, with the latest ones occurring in Florida, New York, and Nebraska. In March, franchisees announced the closure of 26 stores in Michigan, and in April, an additional 27 closures were announced across seven states, including Nebraska. Notably, the closed locations in Nebraska had been operating for at least 40 years and were managed by the same franchisee who closed 27 stores earlier this year. It is anticipated that the closed Burger King in Long Island, New York, will be replaced by a McDonald's. Burger King has not responded to these closure announcements. In May, Burger King's parent company CEO, Joshua Kobza, shared plans to close up to 300 to 400 restaurants during the fiscal year, aiming to match the number of closures that occurred during the pandemic. The CEO emphasized the uncertainty surrounding the exact number of closures and mentioned that it would depend on the pace of business recovery. In September 2022, Burger King had announced a $400 million turnaround plan to upgrade 800 top-performing restaurants. During the latest earnings call, the company stated that restaurant traffic at Burger King remained unchanged, highlighting its effort to close outdated and underperforming locations in favor of a more modern system operated by efficient franchisees. Burger King's recent series of restaurant closures raises concerns about the company's performance and the overall state of the fast-food industry. Although closures are not uncommon, the magnitude and frequency of Burger King's closures suggest underlying issues. The closures in Michigan, Nebraska, and New York, combined with the announcement of potential 300 to 400 closures during the fiscal year, indicate a strategic move to streamline operations and shed underperforming locations.
Burger King CEO Comments on Closures
According to The-Sun.com, Burger King CEO Josh Kobza has addressed the closings of hundreds of the popular food chain's locations. Burger King head Josh Kobza said the fast-food chain has made progress. However, he also noted, "...there's still a very long way from where we are to where we want to be. There still are a lot of restaurants that aren't operated at the standards we would like."
Burger King Is Closing Hundreds of Locations This Year
Burgеr King hаѕ bееn оn а miѕѕiоn tо mаkе а cоmеbаck in thе fаѕt-fооd induѕtry аftеr еxpеriеncing dеclining ѕаlеѕ аnd lоѕing fаvоr with cuѕtоmеrѕ. Whilе rеcеnt rеѕultѕ ѕhоw pоѕitivе ѕignѕ fоr thе brаnd, it hаѕ bееn аccоmpаniеd by а ѕignificаnt numbеr оf rеѕtаurаnt clоѕurеѕ.
Burger King's Extensive Restaurant Closures Announced for This Year
Burger King faced declining sales and customer preferences in recent years. In 2022, it launched a comeback strategy, but this path to recovery led to the closure of hundreds of restaurants.
Burger King: A Fast Food Classic in Abbeville, South Carolina
Burger King is known for its flame-grilled burgers and has a wide selection of items on its menu, including:. A traditional flame-grilled beef burger with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise is known as a "Whopper."
Burger King Closes 2 Locations in Jacksonville after 40 years
According to The-Sun.com, the Burger King fast food chain has closed two of its restaurants in Jackson City, Florida after 40 years. The two closed Burger King Jacksonville locations are 210 E. State St and 1981 Kings Road, both of which have existed for approximately four decades, as documented by Jacksonville.com.
Unexpected Closure: Two Longtime Jacksonville Burger King Restaurants Shut Down
Surprise Shutdown: 40-Year-Old Burger King Locations in Jacksonville Cease Operations. Disappointing news for Burger King fans in Jacksonville, Florida, with the sudden closure of two locations.
Two Longstanding Florida Burger King Restaurants Abruptly and Permanently Close
This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:ScrapeHero.com, Jacksonville.com, and The-Sun.com.
Win Prizes with Burger King’s Trick or Treat Game!
Thru October 31st, Burger King is offering Royal Perks Members a chance to win some awesome prizes! All you need to do is open your app, or go online. Once you're there, log-in or sign up and then click on the "See What's Spooky" box - no purchase necessary! You'll enter your email then click on the Halloween bucket to see what you've won.
Suspect ID'd in Incident Involving Woman Dragged Out of Burger King
The suspect in an incident that happened at an Englewood Burger King has been identified. In a message on social media Wednesday evening, the Englewood Police Department identified the man as 31-year-old Gilberto Adelaido Cruz.
Police Concerned About Woman Dragged Out of Burger King By Hair
The Englewood Police Department announced on Tuesday that they were seeking information about a man who dragged a woman out of Burger King by her hair. The incident occurred on October 12 at around 4 p.m., when a woman entered the Burger King at 900 W. Hampden Avenue and said she needed help. While she was in the restaurant, a man entered and grabbed the woman. He left with her in a black Escalade with no visible license plates and a damaged passenger side-view mirror.
Girls Kidnapped From Burger King
The recent kidnapping of two little girls from a Burger King in Columbus, Georgia has raised concerns about their safety. Four-year-old Kylann Harper and 11-year-old Kylie Horne were taken from the fast food restaurant on Sunday, and authorities have identified Mikaela Harrell, 49, as the suspected abductor. The police have classified this case as "extreme danger," indicating the urgency of finding the children. It remains unclear whether the abductor has any prior connection to the girls.
Burger King Closes 3 More Locations, This Time in Kentucky
According to The-Sun.com, Burger King is shuttering three additional locations, following two bankruptcies from different franchises. Meridian Restaurants Unlimited, which filed for Chapter 11 earlier in 2023, announced that three of its Burger King stores in Nebraskawere forced to shutter due to the umbrella company's financial challenges.
Opinion: Burger King Remodel Needs Taste
The unveiling of the new look at Burger King stores, soon to be remodeled (again) from the old look, is being planned to re-vitalize the brand and boost business. The new restaurant design, called "Sizzle" will feature more kiosks, (read less employees) and three drive through lanes. The interior of the stores is reminicent of an airport hallway, sterile and tasteless.