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  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • Red Rooster

    In 1972, a very wise man opened an awesome chicken shop called Red Rooster in WA, serving the tastiest, most tender delicious seasoned roast chicken. Now, still 100% Aussie owned and operated, Red Rooster celebrates almost five decades as Australia’s favourite and most iconic national roast chicken restaurant. We were ‘Red Red Ready’ back in 1972 pioneering the roast chicken takeaway…now, the tasty tradition continues and Red Rooster is set to take its much loved roast chicken to even more generations of Aussies as leaders in roast chicken delivery.

  • Hungry Jack’s

    Jack Cowin, our founder and still our biggest shareholder, opened our first restaurant in Innaloo, Perth in 1971. Hungry Jack’s is a proudly Aussie owned company with over 45 years history. With more than 420 restaurants serving every major population centre in the country, we employ over 19,000 Aussies, serve more than 1.7M Aussies each week and serve up more than 125M Australian beef patties every year. Freshness is everything at Hungry Jack’s. Every meal is freshly prepared. Our Aussie beef is flame-grilled in the restaurant and our crisp salads are also freshly chopped in restaurant. Every burger is freshly made to order. All our recipes are created by a chef who balances the flavours and ingredients, right down to the pickle. Then we taste test with thousands of Aussie burger lovers and serve it up the way you like it with crispy thick cut chips and sensational sauces.

  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • Nando’s

    We love spicing things up at Nando’s and our new look does just that. It comes all the way from Southern Africa – the place our very first restaurant opened back in ’87. Filled with vibrant colours, incredible patterns and interesting mixes of old and new, this new African design pays homage to our roots in a fresh, exciting way that’s packed with heat and a lot of heart! Just because our cockerel, Barci, is getting older, doesn’t mean he has to age. Quite the opposite! We thought this was the perfect opportunity to give him a bit of a nip and tuck and we reckon he’s looking a whole lot younger. We’ve taken out the leaves and refined the logo, placing him with another Nando’s favourite – a PERi-apostrophe; further strengthening the bond between chicken and PERi-PERi. When we looked at refining our quirky Nando’s font, we were once more inspired by the tradition of sign-writing in Southern Africa. So, we asked Marks Salimu – a South African sign-writer and talented artist to help us out. Marks hand-painted all our letters and characters onto wooden panels and these were made into our new, refined font. In search of a Read more [...]

  • KFC

    KFC landed in Australia in 1968 with our first restaurant in Guildford, Sydney NSW. That was a time when long hair, flower crowns and lava lamps were still totally groovy, dude. Today we serve over 2 million customers a week across 640+ restaurants. And even after all these years, the original secret remains under lock and key in our headquarters in Kentucky, USA. And no, we’ll never tell. Nice try. It all began with the man, the myth, the legend himself. In 1930, in a humble service station in Corbin, Kentucky, 40-year old Harland Sanders began feeding hungry travellers. Sanders spent the next nine years (now that’s dedication) perfecting his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, as well as the basic cooking technique we still use today. There are now over 20,000 KFC outlets in more than 125 countries and territories around the world. Not bad, eh?

  • Hungry Jack’s

    Jack Cowin, our founder and still our biggest shareholder, opened our first restaurant in Innaloo, Perth in 1971. Hungry Jack’s is a proudly Aussie owned company with over 45 years history. With more than 420 restaurants serving every major population centre in the country, we employ over 19,000 Aussies, serve more than 1.7M Aussies each week and serve up more than 125M Australian beef patties every year. Freshness is everything at Hungry Jack’s. Every meal is freshly prepared. Our Aussie beef is flame-grilled in the restaurant and our crisp salads are also freshly chopped in restaurant. Every burger is freshly made to order. All our recipes are created by a chef who balances the flavours and ingredients, right down to the pickle. Then we taste test with thousands of Aussie burger lovers and serve it up the way you like it with crispy thick cut chips and sensational sauces.

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

  • KFC

    KFC landed in Australia in 1968 with our first restaurant in Guildford, Sydney NSW. That was a time when long hair, flower crowns and lava lamps were still totally groovy, dude. Today we serve over 2 million customers a week across 640+ restaurants. And even after all these years, the original secret remains under lock and key in our headquarters in Kentucky, USA. And no, we’ll never tell. Nice try. It all began with the man, the myth, the legend himself. In 1930, in a humble service station in Corbin, Kentucky, 40-year old Harland Sanders began feeding hungry travellers. Sanders spent the next nine years (now that’s dedication) perfecting his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, as well as the basic cooking technique we still use today. There are now over 20,000 KFC outlets in more than 125 countries and territories around the world. Not bad, eh?

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • KFC

    KFC landed in Australia in 1968 with our first restaurant in Guildford, Sydney NSW. That was a time when long hair, flower crowns and lava lamps were still totally groovy, dude. Today we serve over 2 million customers a week across 640+ restaurants. And even after all these years, the original secret remains under lock and key in our headquarters in Kentucky, USA. And no, we’ll never tell. Nice try. It all began with the man, the myth, the legend himself. In 1930, in a humble service station in Corbin, Kentucky, 40-year old Harland Sanders began feeding hungry travellers. Sanders spent the next nine years (now that’s dedication) perfecting his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, as well as the basic cooking technique we still use today. There are now over 20,000 KFC outlets in more than 125 countries and territories around the world. Not bad, eh?

  • Nando’s

    We love spicing things up at Nando’s and our new look does just that. It comes all the way from Southern Africa – the place our very first restaurant opened back in ’87. Filled with vibrant colours, incredible patterns and interesting mixes of old and new, this new African design pays homage to our roots in a fresh, exciting way that’s packed with heat and a lot of heart! Just because our cockerel, Barci, is getting older, doesn’t mean he has to age. Quite the opposite! We thought this was the perfect opportunity to give him a bit of a nip and tuck and we reckon he’s looking a whole lot younger. We’ve taken out the leaves and refined the logo, placing him with another Nando’s favourite – a PERi-apostrophe; further strengthening the bond between chicken and PERi-PERi. When we looked at refining our quirky Nando’s font, we were once more inspired by the tradition of sign-writing in Southern Africa. So, we asked Marks Salimu – a South African sign-writer and talented artist to help us out. Marks hand-painted all our letters and characters onto wooden panels and these were made into our new, refined font. In search of a Read more [...]

  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

  • KFC

    KFC landed in Australia in 1968 with our first restaurant in Guildford, Sydney NSW. That was a time when long hair, flower crowns and lava lamps were still totally groovy, dude. Today we serve over 2 million customers a week across 640+ restaurants. And even after all these years, the original secret remains under lock and key in our headquarters in Kentucky, USA. And no, we’ll never tell. Nice try. It all began with the man, the myth, the legend himself. In 1930, in a humble service station in Corbin, Kentucky, 40-year old Harland Sanders began feeding hungry travellers. Sanders spent the next nine years (now that’s dedication) perfecting his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, as well as the basic cooking technique we still use today. There are now over 20,000 KFC outlets in more than 125 countries and territories around the world. Not bad, eh?

  • Hungry Jack’s

    Jack Cowin, our founder and still our biggest shareholder, opened our first restaurant in Innaloo, Perth in 1971. Hungry Jack’s is a proudly Aussie owned company with over 45 years history. With more than 420 restaurants serving every major population centre in the country, we employ over 19,000 Aussies, serve more than 1.7M Aussies each week and serve up more than 125M Australian beef patties every year. Freshness is everything at Hungry Jack’s. Every meal is freshly prepared. Our Aussie beef is flame-grilled in the restaurant and our crisp salads are also freshly chopped in restaurant. Every burger is freshly made to order. All our recipes are created by a chef who balances the flavours and ingredients, right down to the pickle. Then we taste test with thousands of Aussie burger lovers and serve it up the way you like it with crispy thick cut chips and sensational sauces.

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

  • Subway

    The Subway Story The story of the Subway brand started more than 50 years ago when Dr. Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, changed the life of a college student with a few simple words, “Let’s open a submarine sandwich shop.” It was Peter Buck that gave college freshman Fred DeLuca the idea to open a submarine sandwich shop to help pay his tuition. Peter provided an initial investment of $1000, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry and the lives of thousands. The partners opened their first restaurant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where they served fresh, affordable, made to order sandwiches. The popularity of the sandwiches and the brand continued to grow over the decades but one thing remained the same and that was their core values and principles: a) Always provide exceptional service to your valued guests b) Provide the highest quality menu items at a price everyone can afford and enjoy c) Keep operating costs low and ensure you have great systems in place and never stop improving. These early principles continue to serve as the foundation for Subway restaurants around the world. Today, the SUBWAY brand is the world’s Read more [...]

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

  • Red Rooster

    In 1972, a very wise man opened an awesome chicken shop called Red Rooster in WA, serving the tastiest, most tender delicious seasoned roast chicken. Now, still 100% Aussie owned and operated, Red Rooster celebrates almost five decades as Australia’s favourite and most iconic national roast chicken restaurant. We were ‘Red Red Ready’ back in 1972 pioneering the roast chicken takeaway…now, the tasty tradition continues and Red Rooster is set to take its much loved roast chicken to even more generations of Aussies as leaders in roast chicken delivery.

  • Hungry Jack’s

    Jack Cowin, our founder and still our biggest shareholder, opened our first restaurant in Innaloo, Perth in 1971. Hungry Jack’s is a proudly Aussie owned company with over 45 years history. With more than 420 restaurants serving every major population centre in the country, we employ over 19,000 Aussies, serve more than 1.7M Aussies each week and serve up more than 125M Australian beef patties every year. Freshness is everything at Hungry Jack’s. Every meal is freshly prepared. Our Aussie beef is flame-grilled in the restaurant and our crisp salads are also freshly chopped in restaurant. Every burger is freshly made to order. All our recipes are created by a chef who balances the flavours and ingredients, right down to the pickle. Then we taste test with thousands of Aussie burger lovers and serve it up the way you like it with crispy thick cut chips and sensational sauces.

  • McDonald’s

    In the USA in 1954 there was a milkshake machine salesman named Ray Kroc. Ray received an order from the McDonald brothers’ hamburger outlet in California and was impressed by their company – the menu was simple and cheap but the hamburgers were good; the fries were made in-store; and the shakes were thicker than usual. Ray made them an offer. “Let me open new McDonald’s stores and I’ll give you half of one per cent of the gross sales for the use of the name and the idea.” The McDonald’s brothers accepted and Ray opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois. He began to build the business by granting franchises to local entrepreneurs. By 1960, he’d opened 200 restaurants throughout the USA. In 1961 he bought the McDonald brothers’ share of the business for $3 million and in 1965 the company became the McDonald’s Corporation. Today, McDonald’s has more than 36, 000 restaurants in over 119 countries. Back in 1971, we opened our first restaurant in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona. Today there are over 970 McDonald’s restaurants across Australia and we employ more than 100,000 people across our restaurants and management offices. With close to two million Read more [...]

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