|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||63.03 - 64.28|
|52 Week Range||56.62 - 79.46|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.06|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (3.12%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 14, 2019|
|1y Target Est||70.50|
As the chicken sandwich war continues to heat up, McDonald's, Popeyes and Chick-fil-a reportedly contain MSG as an ingredient. Yahoo Finance's Heidi Chung joins On the Move to discuss.
Reuters has released a report saying the Impossible Foods will no longer be looking to form a deal with McDonald’s. Yahoo Finance’s Heidi Chung joins On The Move to discuss.
KEY WORDS ‘Damn, that’s good.’ — That’s how one customer in a Burger King (QSR)commercial described the taste of the plant-based Impossible Whopper. Here’s the ad: a big deal just became a bigger deal.
Restaurant Brands' (QSR) expansion plans, re-modelling initiatives and menu innovation are likely to drive sales. A fully franchised model is likely to sustain earnings growth.
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Burger King's promotion of two items for $6 will now include its plant-based Impossible Whopper sandwich. The Restaurant Brands International Inc (NYSE: QSR) chain said the inclusion in the "2 for $6" will be available for a limited time at participating restaurants. The sandwich consists of a flame-grilled plant-based patty with all the familiar toppings included in a regular Whopper.
Burger King said Thursday it is adding the Impossible Whopper, a burger made with plant-based meat substitute, to its 2 for $6 lineup. The fast-food chain, owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc. , said the offer will be available for a limited time and will include the plant-based meat substitute spicy crispy chicken, crispy chicken and whopper sandwiches. Impossible Foods is a direct competitor of Beyond Meat Inc. , which has been on a tear lately with its stock gaining 41% in the last three months. Burger King first started to offer the Impossible Whopper from Impossible Foods Inc. last year after an initial test in St. Louis and six other U.S. markets. Restaurant Brands shares were not active premarket, but have gained 11% in the last 12 months, while the S&P 500 s[: spx] has gained 26%.
Today, Burger King® restaurants are jazzing up the popular 2 for $6 promotion, now with the Impossible™ Whopper® sandwich. Available for a limited time only, guests can choose between the Impossible Whopper, Spicy Crispy Chicken, Crispy Chicken and Whopper sandwich*.
In U.S. stores, shoppers now have more options for plant-based "faux foods" as firms are gradually unveiling more products in the competitive supermarket aisle.
The company behind the app Too Good To Go, which connects users with unsold restaurant food in 14 European countries, is understood to be ready to expand into the U.S., one of the biggest food wasters in the world.
Things are heating back up in the chicken sandwich wars, and the pressure has reportedly pushed McDonald’s to use MSG in its sandwiches in order to compete with rivals Popeyes and Chick-fil-A.
Carrols operates Restaurant Brands International Inc (NYSE: QSR)-branded restaurants, including 1,035 Burger King restaurants and 65 Popeyes. The company said in a Monday press release that comparable restaurant sales for its Popeyes restaurants rose 21.2% in the fourth quarter. Comparable restaurant sales at Popeyes locations for the full year rose 11.9% from 2018, according to Carrols.
The coffee industry is a complex and multilayered one, including everything from producers and distributors to processors, wholesalers, and retailers, including Starbucks Corp. (SBUX), JM Smucker Co. (SJM) and Restaurant Brands International Inc.
Free food always tastes better, and no one knows this better than Popeyes. Popeyes and DoorDash kicked off a new, nationwide partnership Monday with a free offer for all customers, the companies said in a Monday press release. Customers who place an order of $20 or more on Popeyes through DoorDash will receive a free chicken meal along with a zero delivery fee.
With more consumers wanting to eat plant-based proteins and more access to them, Beyond Meat, Tyson plant-based meats, and other protein alternatives have hit the mainstream.
On Tuesday, it introduced Impossible Pork Made from Plants and Impossible Sausage Made from Plants at CES 2020.
Today we're going to take a look at the well-established Restaurant Brands International Inc. (NYSE:QSR). The...
Restaurant Brands' (QSR) Burger King announces to test a new plant-based Impossible Croissan'wich sandwich in select restaurants across the United States.
Impossible Foods is supplying plant-based pork for the fast-food chain, creating a testing ground before the company goes after markets in China.
Impossible Foods is no longer pursuing a partnership with fast-food giant McDonalds Corp. because it cannot produce enough product, according to a report late Tuesday. Talks between Impossible Foods and McDonalds fell apart with Impossible Foods Chief Executive Pat Brown telling Reuters, "it would be stupid for us to be vying for [McDonalds] right now," and that having "more big customers right now doesn't do us any good until we scale up production." Impossible Foods already supplies its imitation beef patties to Restaurant Brands Inc.'s Burger King for the Impossible Whopper. Impossible Foods, which has already raised nearly $800 million in venture capital, is planning on adding imitation pork products to its line, the company announced at CES.
BURGER KING® restaurants announces today it is testing the new Impossible™ Croissan’wich® sandwich. Starting late January in select test markets across the U.S. market, BK® guests can now get the same breakfast Croissan’wich sandwich they know and love with a plant-based patty. The all-new, limited-time-only Impossible Croissan’wich features a toasted croissant, egg, cheese and a seasoned plant-based sausage from Impossible Foods. This test makes Burger King the first restaurant to test Impossible™ Sausage made from plants on a breakfast sandwich.
Burger King is doubling down on its big bet on the plant-based meat craze with a new addition to its breakfast menu.