Popeyes Food Chain Arrives Costa Rica

Supported in the country by Danube Investments, the first Popeye Louisiana Kitchen restaurant will open.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Victor Ruiz, director of franchise operations, said that plans for the next two years include the opening of seven new restaurants, estimating an investment of about $ 6 million.

"This chain has about 2,000 outlets in 30 countries including Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico and the United States", commented the article in Nacion.com.

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Fast Food Chain Reopens in Costa Rica

June 2016

The owner in the region of Juan Valdez coffee shops has acquired the Burger King franchise in the country and is preparing for the opening of eleven outlets in the remainder of the year.

After having announced in October of 2015 the close of the 29 restaurants that operated in the country, due to a decision by the shareholder and franchise holder BKC EE.UU., the brand is returning to the country in the hands of the business group JV Centroamérica. The new owner has already opened one restaurant and is preparing to open two more in the next two weeks and eight during the second half of the year.

More "Fast Casual" Food in Costa Rica

April 2012

Those that are already here are expanding by opening more stores, while other franchises are coming to settle in a market with rapidly changing trends in consumer dining.

In 2012 seven new concepts will join the fast-food market .

Spoleto is one of them, a chain of Brazilian origin that offers salads and pasta dishes prepared to suit the client.

New Investments by McDonald's in El Salvador

October 2011

The fast food chain has announced it is opening six new restaurants in 2012.

Luis Gonzalez, operations manager for McDonald's in El Salvador said the investment plan for next year also includes opening a McCafe in every restaurant in the country.

"Gonzalez said it has not yet been decided where the next coffee shop will be opened.

Expansion of Chicken Chains in Costa Rica

July 2011

While waiting for new foreign franchises to enter the market, domestic chains are expanding their operations.

More stores in different parts of the country, new brands and increasing competition are defining the chicken restaurant market.

This year alone there are plans to open at least two outlets under the Nicaraguan franchise Tip Top, which last year tried its hand in the center of the province of Alajuela.

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