Social Media Wrap Up: Soul Origin launches catering menu; Ferguson Plarre’s tart giveaway; Betty’s brings back lobster roll burger

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


Soul Origin announced it has now a catering menu.

Carl’s Jr. is opening a restaurant in Clayton.

Oporto has a new drive-thru store in Kotara.


Betty’s Burgers brought back their Lobster Roll burger.

MOS Burger has a new fish-based bao bun.

Max Brenner has three new crepe cakes.


Gong Cha is celebrating the opening of their Sunshine store with a free drink promo.

Starbucks introduced its limited edition Red Rhinestone Bling Cup.

Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses is giving away 120 Christmas Tarts on their Facebook page.

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