Burger King Changed Its Most Famous Burger

Burger King's parent firm announced major menu adjustments. The burger chain is removing many menu items to

speed up drive-thru service, as predicted in December. But the restaurant will also modify its most renowned sandwich.

Tuesday's fourth-quarter earnings call announced the Whopper's removal from the Two for $5 deal. The revised value menu includes 

the Big King Sandwich, Single Quarter Pound King Sandwich, Fish Sandwich, and Original Chicken Sandwich.

Burger King stated in December that it would trim its menu to streamline drive-thrus operations. 

Reuters reports that sundaes, whipped toppings, and chocolate milk will be discontinued.

The burger brand's same-store sales rose 11.3% in the fourth quarter of 2021 and 1.8% in the U.S., indicating that its largest performance

Burger King has implemented many cost-cutting initiatives since last year, including these menu adjustments. Executives announced in 

October that the firm will phase out paper coupons, which have drawn customers for decades. Burger King's parent company's CEO, 

As Burger King fights inflation, its whole menu will cost more this year. However, the corporation did not specify when the price rises will occur.

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