In April Burger King added Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco to the growing list of U.S. urban markets where delivery is available to its customers. And the quick-service giant is intent on adding more. The service, called BK Delivers, debuted in Washington in January 2012 and is also available at units in Houston, New York and Burger King’s home base of Miami. Some units in Sacramento, Calif., and Las Vegas have also signed on, and the chain is encouraging interested ...
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