MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc. said same-store sales at U.S. and Canadian stores were hit hard by winter weather in January and February, but the nation's No. 2 burger chain has seen improvement in March. The company pinned hopes for increased sales this spring on the “barbell” price offerings of its value Buck Double cheeseburger, to be introduced in April, and its premium Steakhouse XT burgers, which were rolled out in February, and bone-in ribs, which are to debut in May.Snowstorms were ...

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