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Social Media Wrap Up: Betty’s Backyard Bundles; Starbucks offering plant-based whip cream; Chains unveil Footy Final deals

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.

BRAND AND STORE UPDATES

RASHAYS founder Rami Ykmour said he will not open his restaurants for indoor dining until both the vaccinated and unvaccinated can dine on December 1.

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Schnitz has a new store in Melbourne.

NEW ON THE MENU

Krispy Kreme is selling Original Glazed-flavoured waffles in select SA stores.

Starbucks is now offering plant-based whip cream.

Betty’s Burgers is selling its new Backyard Bundles.

RASHAYS has a new $59 Picnic Box.

PROMOTIONS

Chains have some Footy Final deals for this weekend.

Photo credit: Betty’s Burgers/Facebook

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