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Social Media Wrap Up: Starbucks, FILA team up for new merch; More breakfast items for Zarraffa's; Chatime's fan-made drinks contest

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



Sushi Huh opened its second store in Adelaide's CBD.


Zarraffa's Coffee introduced new breakfast items.

Gelato Messina's Greatest Hits items are back.

Max Brenner launched its new Amsterdam cookies.

Motto Motto launched its limited edition Tokyo Ramen.


The Cheesecake Shop is giving away gift cards in celebration of National Cheesecake Day.

Chatime called on customers to vote for what they think is the best fan-made drink, with the winner getting a year of free tea and a photoshoot with their creation featured at the chain's T-Breweries.

Photo credit: Zarraffa's Coffee Facebook

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