Dairy Queen is promoting its burger subsidies as the fast-food chain peeks beyond Blizzards and more desserts.
The modern Stackburger line is Dairy Queen’s largest menu growth in two decades, with five burger flavours for the United states customers.
The burgers will be a lasting addition to menus at the company’s DQ Grill & Chill locations, which accounts for 72% of Dairy Queen’s more than 4,300 U.S. restaurants.
Nonetheless, the Stackburger line is also starting in Canada.
Dairy Queen is far from the only bistro chain to expand its subsidies to persuade more customers.
On the other hand, Panera Bread has been pushing for more dinner orders. They did this by adding items such as flatbread pizza to its menu.
Besides, while dine brand IHOP made waves many years ago by briefly remaking its name to IHOB to promote its burgers.
Billionaire Warren Buffet’s holding company Berkshire harthaware has acquired Dairy Queen for two decades and a half.