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Bür·ger

(bēr'gĕr),
Max T.F., early 20th-century German physician. See: Bürger-Grütz syndrome, Bürger-Grütz disease.
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Lantmannen Unibake UK's Americana brand encompasses a wide range of fast food breads, including Gourmet and Classic Burger Buns, Floured Baps and Hot Dog Rolls and are all supplied thaw and serve and pre-sliced for total convenience.
"It seems the franchises are fixing burger prices," said Lee Ji-soo, a local graduate student.
Click "Add to Bag"and Burger King Delivery will ask if you'd like a small, medium or large meal just like a crew does at a store counter.
Burger King's position as one of the major competitors in the global fast food restaurant industry comes with expectations on corporate social responsibility (CSR).
The burger joint that provided fresh ingredients with a grilled-inthe-backyard taste became an overnight sensation as people flocked from miles away to experience Back Yard Burgers.
The Lightlife Burger at Harvey's is a 3.5-ounce patty made with 18 grams of plant-based protein.
All burger lovers had to do is download the EatOut app to view participating restaurants and pay with their Visa cards to redeem their Burger Week offers.
Twiggywales84 writes: "I had the rodeo burger with added 'bacon' and it is by far the best vegan burger I have ever eaten.
The "Burger QSR Chains in Africa" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
"It's a local offering good enough to ward away most of the larger chain operators, with Byron Hamburgers closing two of their three restaurants in the city and Gourmet Burger Kitchen retreating to the captive audience of the Trafford Centre.
Served in a brioche bun, the burger is made up of halloumi, lettuce, onions, tomatoes and mayonnaise - making it seem like the perfect option for any visiting vegetarians.