It described the association which made the submission as a small group of “renegade” store owners.
According to news.com.au, Red Rooster's franchisee Dimi Cumner said she was “a bit upset” to see news articles earlier this month reporting allegations that Oporto, Red Rooster and Chicken Treat shops were being driven to the wall by unfair business practices of franchisor Craveable Brands.
The 50-year-old backed Craveable’s claim that its average store owner was earning $135,000 a year, saying she was exactly “on that average”. She said sales had been growing strongly, which she attributed to home delivery and menu changes.
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