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Premium U.S. Fast Food Chain Carl’s Jr Enters India

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California-based restaurant chain signed a deal with New Delhi-based .

Sam Chopra, Group Chairman and Founder of CybizCorp pointed out “We looked for the best in quick-service burgers and chose Carl’s Jr. We look forward to a wonderful partnership with CKE, and our first store opening is anticipated for spring 2015.”

He also added that we see tremendous potential in the Indian market and we are certain of a bright future success in the country.

For India, Carl’s Jr. has come up with a line of fresh and flavorful, premium vegetarian options to serve its Indian tastes and preferences. The
new items that are unique to the India market will be launched in addition to several signature Carl’s Jr. menu items known and loved around the world.

In addition to entering India,the parent company,CKE recently opened Carl’s Jr. restaurants in new markets including Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, New Zealand and the Bahamas.The initial agreement is for 100 Carl’s Jr. premium burger restaurants only in India and CKE believes that there is ten times the potential for restaurants in India over the time.

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