- May 8, 2023 / 5 min readBurger Singh sets a goal of selling 70 tonnes of their thick fries, along with 30 tonnes of their new cheesy fries within the next three months..
Burger Singh, known for its fusion of Indian flavors is excited to introduce their latest addition, Cheesy Fries.
After achieving a significant sales milestone of 250 tonnes of fries in the previous fiscal year, Burger Singh sets a goal of selling 70 tonnes of their thick fries, along with 30 tonnes of their new cheesy fries within the next three months..
“Burger Singh provides not just ordinary fries, but an extensive range of eight distinctive flavour profiles. In addition to four types of fries, they offer four more flavour combinations, each seasoning delivering a unique taste, with the Cheesy fries having an added punch of its own through the inclusion of a cheesy sauce.” said Kabir Jeet Singh, CEO, Burger Singh.
Burger Singh, an Indian brand, has established itself as a strong contender against global giants in the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) segment.
Since its establishment in Gurugram in 2014, Burger Singh has experienced rapid growth, expanding its presence across India with almost 100 outlets and ambitious plans for further expansion.
Moreover, Burger Singh has made a notable impact in the international market, with three outlets and a food truck in London, becoming the first Indian burger chain to successfully establish itself overseas.Trending ArticleDaily UpdatesWhich is the highest format preference of Fun-Seeker?
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