King Food SAL – Burger King® Lebanon
King Food SAL
Address : Awkar, Saint Gerges Street, Kallassi Center, First Floor
Fax number : 04-543015
Contact email : King Food Sal: email@example.com
Burger King operates more than 12,150 restaurants across the United States and in 76 countries across the world. Approximately 90% of Burger King Restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees, many of them family-owned operations that have been in business for decades.
At Burger King, we are committed to serving our guests great tasting fire-grilled WHOPPER sandwiches, and we pride ourselves as being “The House of the Whopper”.
The Burger King brand in Lebanon is managed by King Food S.A.L. which currently operates 25 restaurants across the country.
Mission and Vision
We will prepare and sell quick service food to fulfill our guest's needs more accurately, quickly, courteously, and in a cleaner environment than our competitors.
We will conduct all our business affairs ethically, and with the best employees. We will continue to grow profitably and responsibly, and provide career advancement opportunities for every willing member of our organization.
We proudly serve the best burgers in the business, plus a variety of real, authentic foods - all freshly prepared - just the way you want it! BURGER KING® Corporation operates more than 11,000 restaurants in all 50 states and in 60 countries around the world. 90% of the BURGER KING® restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees, many of them family-owned operations that have been in business for decades.
Burger King Corporation History
Miami entrepreneurs James McLamore and David Edgerton founded Burger King Corporation in 1954. Five years later, they were ready to expand their five Florida Burger Kings into a nationwide chain. By the time they sold their company to Pillsbury in 1967, Burger King® had become the third largest fast-food chain in the country and was on its way to second place.
The story of Burger King's growth is the story of how franchising and advertising developed the fast-food industry. McLamore and Edgerton began in 1954 with a simple concept: to attract the burgeoning numbers of postwar baby boom families with reasonably-priced, broiled burgers served quickly.