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Popeye's Chicken and Biscuits

Popeye's Chicken and Biscuits is one of the world's biggest fast food franchises. There are now more than 2,200 restaurants across the globe.

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Pizza Corner India (P) Ltd

Pizza Corner was created in 1996 by Global Franchise Architects (GFA). This winning idea is one among several supported by GFA, a builder of specialty retail franchisees since 1996. Its current portfolio consists of the following self-created brands: Pizza Corner, Coffee World, New York Deli, The Cream and Fudge Factory, The Donut Baker, Golden Pretzel, Conizza and Stone Fire Pizza Kitchen.

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Baskin Robbins Franchise Co. Pvt. Ltd

Baskin Robbins set up its operations in India in 1993 and then set up its own manufacturing plant in Pune, Maharashtra the only of its kind outside North America. Baskin Robbins operates on a Franchise Model with competitive business margins. Currently th Baskin Robbins is the World’s leading brand of Ice Cream Parlors with presence in more than 40 Countries. In India, our presence is

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MGM ENTERTAINMENT (P) LTD.

MarryBrown's is a restaurant outlet specialising in different varieties of hamburgers.

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CHURCHS CHICKEN

Church's Chicken is a fast food franchise specialising in Southern style cooked chicken and side dishes. Established in 1952, Chirch's Chicken is going strong, with 380 outlets in India and still growing. Experience is not essential, although it may be be

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DODSAL PVT. LTD.

Pizza hut, KFC etc

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MARY BROWN

Mary Browns is a food outlet specialising in chicken and tasters

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Sirf Biryani

North Indian non-vegetarian fast food takeaway

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PIZZA HUT

Pizza Hut is the world's largest pizza chain

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Food Factory Express

The Food Factory franchise provides traditional Indian food at affordable prices. The fast food franchise is ideal for locations with a lot of foot traffic, such as food courts in shopping centres.

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