Fatburger to enter India

Californian burger franchise Fatburger will enter the Indian market.

The fast casual chain has agreed to a 25 unit deal with Vazz Foods Private Limited, a food and beverage distributor, and owner Vikramjit Singh to deliver the Fatburger experience to areas in the northern region of India.

Committed to growing the brand’s name in the country, Vazz plans to expand to other unexplored territories during the coming years.

Fatburger currently operates in 27 countries, most recently extending their international footprint with a new location in Beirut, Lebanon. Fatburger will be opening new restaurants in Cairo, Egypt, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Istanbul, Turkey and Lahore, Pakistan in the next few months.

The burger brand also has agreements for over 300 new units in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, further broadening its global reach.

“Offering the Fatburger experience in international markets has always been a top priority for our brand and we look forward to serving the Indian market with the same superior quality burgers that our fans at home have always enjoyed,” said CEO Andy Wiederhorn.

“We anticipate great success in India and strive to further build upon our international presence in the coming years.”


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