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Burger King Expands Nigerian Operations
Published Mar 23, 2023 IN Business,
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Multinational quick service restaurant, Burger King, has reiterated its commitment to delivering quality products and services to Nigerians with non-stop thrilling experiences, a pledge it made when it recently opened an­other outlet in the country.

The Group Managing Director of the company, Antoine Zammarieh, gave the assurance during the open­ing of the American fast-food chain’s third outlet. It opened its first outlet last year November and a follow up December 2021, while Burger King said it has continued to deliver non-stop thrilling experiences to Nigeri­ans with its game changing quality flame-grilled burgers and signature recipes at affordable prices. Zamma­rieh said: “Burger King has been on the look out for the Nigerian market for the past 10 years. We just couldn’t get the right partner to open here. This is the first really international burger company coming into Nigeria and we are sure it will be a successful one because we are assuring Nigeri­ans of the best and only the best.

“We take the sourcing of our prod­ucts carefully, the sourcing of the product is the most important, we don’t cut corners. All our ingredients, home and abroad and across all our stores have to be the same. The meat and every other ingredient have to be the same, cooked the same way. And we also train our staff to ensure quality control.”

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