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The burger giant plans to start charging its franchisees 5% of revenue on new locations or acquisitions of corporate restaurants starting next year in the U.S. and Canada, up from 4%.
The new program enables shoppers to set up regular delivery schedules for thousands of name brand and private label grocery items, paper products, pet supplies and more.
Some are opting for less-expensive wines and entrees, executives said during a wide-ranging earnings call that also touched on student loans, California’s wage bill and Ozempic.