While costs vary by location, the $1 double cheeseburger typically costs franchisees at least $1.10, said Dan Fitzpatrick, a Burger King franchisee from South Bend, Ind. who is a spokesman for the association. That includes about 55 cents for the cost of the meat, bun, cheese and toppings. The remainder typically covers expenses such as rent, royalties and worker wages.That's going to make it hard to eat at Burger King.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Gross like Auburn.
I like this story about how Burger King franchises are suing Burger King for making them sell hamburgers for $1. From The Associated Press: