Burger King’s test of a vegetarian version of its signature Whopper was such a success, the chain is planning to roll the Impossible Whopper out nationally this year.
Burger King has a plan to bring in new customers and encourage existing ones to buy more often: Vegetarian Whoppers.
D.C. vegans, rejoice. A London-based fast food chain, which is opening its second D.C. location this year, is adding a plant-based burger to its menu.
According to Gravy Analytics, foot traffic at D.C.-area fast food restaurants declined by 23 percent compared with the same time last year. Area electronics stores saw a particularly pronounced decline in foot traffic over the shutdown period as well.
The Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Connecticut says the fight against obesity may not only be with the unhealthy food itself, but with the companies that advertise their unhealthy products to susceptible communities.
Trump followed through on his plan to serve the national champion Tigers a collection of fast food, which he announced in a press gaggle on the White House South Lawn Monday morning.
Protesters demanded that McDonald’s require anti-harassment training for managers and employees. They also want a national committee formed to address sexual harassment.
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In the ongoing fast food battle over burgers, Wendy’s unveiled its latest offering: The Smoky Mushroom Bacon Cheeseburger.
Wendy’s has joined the list of fast food joints that deliver, expanding its deal with DoorDash to all 48 markets that DoorDash serves, including D.C.
Travelers flying from Reagan National Airport will be able to satisfy their Chick-fil-A craving before standing in line for security starting this week.
Chick-fil-A now offers out a gluten-free bun, but customers will pay more for it and they’ll have to assemble their own sandwich.
McDonald’s started opening redesigned restaurants that feature kiosk ordering and table service through the D.C. region this month.
D.C.’s newest fast-food restaurant is noticeably different from others. There’s no one behind the counter taking your order, and food appears in a high-tech cubby. Plus, you won’t find burgers and fries.
The Falls Church-based chain, whose offerings are halal, has 20 new franchised locations in the works in Egypt to go with its 23 other locations in the Middle East.
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