Chicken brand celebrates African milestone

.While new fast-food and quick-service restaurant brands continue to enter the market in sub-Saharan Africa, the long-established operators are not resting on their laurels. KFC, for example, has announced the opening of its 1 000th outlet in the SSA region. The new restaurant is on line prescription for viagra located at the best canadian pharmacy online cialis Lemo Mall in Bloemfontein and represents a major milestone for the company, which arrived in 1971 via an investment in a store in the Johannesburg suburb of purchase prednisone online Orange Grove. It now has a presence across 16 SSA countries – among them Swaziland, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Angola, Ghana and Kenya. < href="/index.php/component/content/article?id=145:join-now&catid=97">Read More...a

Starbucks, the global chain of coffee stores which recently announced its entry into the sub-Saharan African market, has unveiled a range of new marketing strategies in Britain, where it has suffered a consumer backlash over alleged tax avoidance. 

Its latest technology plans, reportedly scheduled to cost around US$46,7-million to implement throughout the UK, include smartphone-charging ‘power mats’ in all its stores, super-fast in-store Wi-Fi, and a coffee ‘click-and-collect’ service. 

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