AUSTRALIA’S big four takeaway chains are all expanding their restaurants in China and India.
The four chains are Dunedin, Sevenoaks, KFC, and Burger King, and will all be expanding their outlets in China over the next 12 months.
Their restaurants will be in places such as Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou.
Dunedin, which is owned by Australian chain KFC Australia, is also expanding in India.
Burger King has already started its first store in India, and has plans to open up more stores in India by the end of the year.KFC is in India already, and it will be expanding its footprint there, with a store in Bengaluru and a planned store in Delhi.
Burkenhead has opened its first Indian store, in Pune, and is planning to open more stores there.
BurrKart in India has plans for a third store, and plans to have more than 1,000 outlets by the year-end.
Kobe will also be expanding in China.
It plans to invest $1.8 million in its first outlet in the country.
The Burger King and KFC stores will be located in two cities, and the KFC will have a restaurant in Beijing, according to Burger King.
Burky in India will also open a branch there.
The chain plans to add another 300 outlets in the next two years.
Korea’s Burger King opened its second Indian outlet in Puducherry, and K-Mart will be opening a restaurant there.
Doritos is also in China opening a store there.
It will open up a franchise in Beijing in 2019, and open another franchise there in 2021.