Crescent Star plans to bring Hollywood’s iconic Fatburger into Pakistan

KARACHI: Crescent Star Foods (Pvt) Limited has announced plans to bring Hollywood’s iconic Fatburger into Pakistan.

Crescent Start Insurance Limited in a notification sent to Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Wednesday said that its subsidiary Crescent Star Foods (Pvt.) Limited announced plans to bring Fat Burger and Buffalo’s Express concept in Pakistan.

It said that the announcement made by the Last Great Hamburger Stand is as follow:

The Last Great Hamburger Stand™ has announced plans for the development of five co-branded Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express concepts in Pakistan. In partnership with Crescent Star Foods (Pvt), the co-branded restaurants will increase the brand’s presence in Pakistan.

“Our partners and friends at Crescent Star Foods (Pvt) not only know the business, but they know and care about the people of Pakistan,” said Andy Widerhorn, CEO of FAT Brands.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to work with them to bring our delicious, homemade burgers and wings to Pakistan residents and visitors.”

Crescent Star Foods is owned by Crescent Star Insurance, a relatively small insurance company in terms of its gross premiums.

FAT Brands (FAT) is a leading global franchising company that strategically acquires, market and develops fast casual and casual dining restaurants concepts around the world. The company currently owns eight restaurant brands: Fatburger, Buffalo’s Café, Buffalo’s Express, Hurricane Grill & Wings, Elevation Burger, Yalla Mediterranean and Ponderosa and Bonanza Steakhouses, and franchises over 400 units worldwide.

“Hollywood’s iconic Fatburger is best known for its mouthwatering, juicy burger made famous by founder Lovie Yancy in Los Angeles more than 70 years ago. Buffalo’s Express further complements Fatburger’s manu offering with fresh, never frozen, boneless and bone-in chicken wings made with over 13 different sauces.”

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