International Restaurant Chains Head to India


Attracted by its growing economy and huge middle class, several U.S. restaurant chains are heading to India to sell sandwiches and burgers, pancakes and sausages, coffee and ice cream. They follow in the footsteps of international fast food chains which have already established their presence here.

Business is brisk at a Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet in a New Delhi market as customers line up at lunchtime to place orders.   

U.S. restaurant chains like KFC, Pizza Hut, and McDonald’s are cashing in on India’s growing appetite for fare being sold at western food chains – pizzas, burgers and sandwiches.

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