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Social Media Wrap Up: Domino’s Cheesy Vegemite pizza; Chatime’s peach and lychee range; Milky Lane’s ‘bloody’ burgers

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


Burger Urge announced on social media that they are opening a restaurant in Andergrove.

Yogurberry is opening a new outlet in Glendale Stockland.


Following a trial earlier this year, Domino’s has introduced the Cheesy Vegemite Pizza.

Chatime launched its new Peach and Lychee Oolong Frui-tea range.

Milky Lane has teamed up with Amazon Prime Video to create new burgers inspired by the new I Know What You Did Last Summer series, based on the 1997 cult film.

Carl’s Jr. unveiled its new cheesy fries.

Baskin-Robbins revealed the Nutty Chocolate Caramel Swirl as its newest flavour.


Cibo Espresso is looking for persons who resemble the character in their Share Amore campaign.

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