Burger King Corp. is weighing the addition of a delivery option to its restaurants in the United States, a convenience the chain has long offered in several countries overseas. Four restaurants in the Washington, D.C., area currently are testing delivery service, said Kristen Hauser, a spokeswoman for the Miami-based quick-service chain. The test will be expanded to 16 stores by Jan. 23, she said, but no specifics regarding the timing of a possible national roll out were ...

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