Burger King Worldwide Inc. has sold its Canadian subsidiary, consisting of 94 company-owned restaurants, to Redberry Investments Corp. As a result of its acquisition of Burger King Restaurants of Canada, Quebec-based Redberry has become Burger King’s master franchisee in Canada, the company said in a statement. Redberry is privately owned and operated by three shareholders. Burger King Worldwide chairman of North America Steve Wiborg said there is significant opportunity for ...

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