Burger Fuel exploring sale after review questions listing merits

Paul McBeth
Fri, 15 Feb 2019

By Paul McBeth Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Burger Fuel Worldwide will test the waters for a potential buyer after a review by KPMG questioned the fast-food franchisor's current listing.  The fast-food company, which listed on NZX's junior Alternative Market in 2007, hired the corporate advisory firm to assess options to accelerate the business's growth after a partnership with the founders of the Subway franchise fell through. As a result of that review, Burger Fuel will focus on its New Zealand growth and the roll-out two new brands it t...

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