MIAMI About 80 percent of Burger King’s expansion during the next five years will come from opening units internationally, where it will also step up its beverage sales effort, officials of Burger King Holdings Inc. told financial analysts here Wednesday. They also reportedly detailed plans for a flurry of domestic new products, including two variations on the Whopper, a line of smoothies, drinks that combine specialty coffees with shake mixes, three new iced coffees and a kids’ meal ...
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