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Social Media Wrap Up: McDonald’s Birthday McFlurry; Donut King’s Decorate-a-Donut kits; Red Rooster giving away year's worth of fried chicken

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


Sushi Sushi announced a new outlet in VIC, located inside Parkhill Coles.

Grill’d is a new site, located in Balgowlah.


McDonald’s brought back the Custard Pie and launched their new Birthday McFlurry via Uber Eats.

Starbucks introduced their Pain Au Raisin and Cinnamon Scroll.

Donut King is selling 12-pack Decorate-a-Donut kits for a limited time.

Banjo’s Bakery brought back its Apple Scrolls.

Outback Steakhouse launched its new Steak & house-made crab cakes combination.

Harry's Cafe de Wheels launched its July special: the Banger ‘n’ Mash Dog.


Red Rooster is giving away a year's worth of fried chicken.

Chatime is giving away 2,000 drinks to select loyalty app users.

Gelatissimo partnered with flower shop Mr. Roses to give away care packages.

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