The Paraguayan company Adiser S.A. has acquired the stock and operational control of the fast food restaurant chain Burger King.
Laestrella.com.pa reports that "...Adiser S.A. has 10 years of experience working with the fast food concept, working hand in hand with the Burger King brand in Paraguay since 2005; in Uruguay since 2008 and in Brazil since 2009. "
The closure of the 29 restaurants has left, not only unmet demand in the fast food market in high consumption areas, but also well-qualified staff.
An article in Elfinancierocr.com is an accurate analysis of the wakeup call for the fast-food market of Costa Rica, represented by the closure of operations of a franchise which has been operating since 1990.
There are at least 15 Costa Rican restaurant chains where burgers are the highlight dish on the menu.
International brands include Mc'Donald's with its 50 stores, Burger King with 31 and Wendy's with 13 restaurants. Other fast foodfranchises with burgers on the menu are "Carl's Jr., which debuted in 2011 and has six locations, and Smashburger, which opened its first store in Lincoln Square, earlier this month."
Under pressure from increased competition, the burger franchise plans to open 5 new stores in 2012 and 6 in 2013.
The burger chain has 31 locations in Costa Rica, but plans to open five new stores in 2012 which will also have a revamped exterior image, said Mario Jimenez, director of operations and logistics of Be Ca Costa Rica, the owner of the Burger King franchise in the country.
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