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Burger King Fiscal Fourth Quarter Earnings Drop 17 Percent As Sales Drop

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When we go through the list of the Burger King recent additions to their menu, it’s no shock that they’re still trying to shake things up for their customers.
It looks like Burger King has been busy this year with when they brought out the following:
“Halloween Whopper with A.1. Flavor baked into the Black Bun”, Jalapeño Chicken Fries, Flame-Grilled Hot Dogs- 100% Beef classic and chili cheese; Red Bun or their “Angriest Whopper” and their Mac N’ Cheestos.

Their latest food item release is going to be the “Whopperrito”, their burger-burrito mashup that will consist of added seasonings to the meat, tomatoes, lettuce, onions and pickles that are accompanied with quest sauce and wrapped in a flour tortilla.
“We’re infusing classic American fare with Tex-Mex flare,” Alex Macedo, president of Burger King North America, said in a statement. “The Whopperito is a new interpretation of the Tex-Mex trend in a way that only Burger King restaurants could imagine.”
The company planned on making the Mac N’Cheetos their last debut for the Summer, but after they saw the numbers in sales, they decided to release their burger-burrito.
The burger-burrito will make it’s debut in selected restaurants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and in the Great State of Texas as a part of their regional testing. They want to test the market and to see how well their new creation will sell for.
The debut is August 15 and the selling price is $2.99, a price that is certainly cheaper then Firebirds.
So if you’re one of the “lucky ones” who tastes the Whooprrito when it hits stores then you have to tell us how it tastes… quality and such.

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