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  •  Burger King wants to build a new image
  • Burger King wants to build a new image
    Chris Bavaria (2011) ©
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Burger King wants to build a new image

People are eating out more often, but this doesn’t guarantee a boost to all businesses. As Brits become more seasoned diners, many are looking for higher quality outlets to visit, turning up the heat for competing fast food stores. Burger King is responding by introducing a stylish new store design.

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