Hi all, let’s start today’s Fast Food Facts.
Did you know that why Burger King need to change its name in Australia to open theie franchisee? No worries we will tell you in today’s facts. So let’s start today’s fast food facts in brief.
- Outback Steakhouse Isn’t Really Australian
Despite their marketing campaign, casual dining chain Outback Steakhouse doesn’t have any Australian food on their menu. In fact, the founders of the restaurant purposefully never visited the country as they didn’t want to be influenced by its culture in the creation of their menu. (Source)
- The Secret Suicide Burger
The secret-menu option at Burger King is potentially just as dangerous as it sounds. The Suicide Burger includes four burger patties, four slices of cheese, bacon, and special sauce, coming to a whopping 800 calories. (Source)
- Burgers For Life For the Chosen Few
If you didn’t already think celebrities like Jay Leno and Jennifer Hudson were living the good life, know that they are also the lucky owners of the Burger King Crown Card. This prestigious card entitles the holder to an endless supply of burgers and fries at any Burger King. (Source)
- Hungry Jack’s: The Australian Burger King
When Burger King decided to open up chains in Australia they were initially delayed when it turned out there was already a Burger King in the country, and they had trademarked the name. In the end, they opened with the familiar menu items, and a new name, Hungry Jack, which is still the name they go by down under today. (Source)
- The Other Burger King
Australia is not the only place Burger King has run into a restaurant that had the name first. There’s a Burger King in Mattoon, Illinois that has no relation to the chain but did trademark their name in 1960. (Source)
Content Courtesy: Eathis.com
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