Fast food: Is there any hope for a real India fast food option?
The fast food giant Fandango has been in talks with Indian fast food chain, BHFC, over the possibility of bringing fast food franchises to India, according to a report by The Economic Times.
The chain has been exploring ways to expand its footprint in the country with the aim of bringing in customers who can’t get the fast food options available in the US.
Fandanga is reportedly looking at ways to introduce more options to its Indian franchises in order to improve their appeal.
Fast food giant is looking at introducing more Indian fast foods to expand in India and has approached BHFFC for more options However, there are doubts about whether the fast chains will get on board.
Fandango is reportedly seeking a franchise agreement with BHFK for a new restaurant chain in the city.
BHfFC’s chief executive officer Srikanth Bajaj has reportedly said that the fast chain is in talks to bring fast food chains to India.
However Fandangate is still trying to find a partner for the franchise deal, which is currently being pursued by BH FC.
“I am not sure if there is any way to go ahead with this partnership, but if there are any other opportunities for us to go in, we will explore them, he added.
Bajaj also stated that he would not be surprised if Fandange will launch its own fast food brand in India.”
It is not an option for us.
We are not trying to go with a franchising model.
We want to go to India first,” Bajaw said.
According to The Economic Report, the Indian fast-food giant BHFFFC had been in discussions with Fandige for a long time.
However, the talks are now in a deadlock.
A BHFOFC spokesperson declined to comment on the reported deal for Fandigations Indian franchise.
In February, Fandagates CEO Ajay Shah said the company is considering expanding into India.
However, he also said that India is not a fast food destination, as it is a country with a huge range of options.
Shah also said Fandaga has a strong position in India’s fast food sector, and would look into expanding its presence there.
Fandangates Indian franchise is expected to open in the first quarter of 2019.