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Retail Food Group is “cautiously optimistic” after FY21 reveals a statutory profit and same store sales growth driven by affordable premium pizzas, drive-thru coffee and fresh bread. This is the
A Donut King mobile business model has been unveiled by multi-brand franchisor Retail Food Group, delivering a lower entry level for would-be franchisees. It’s the latest initiative from the hospitality
Retail Food Group executive chair Peter George has taken to social media to share his view of the group’s restructure, reiterating the need to return RFG to its core business.
Retail Food Group has seen underlying earnings fall after the pandemic impacted a number of its franchises, with EBITDA for the first half down 27 per cent to $14.4 million.
The ACCC is taking Retail Food Group to federal court over “unconscionable and misleading conduct” toward its own franchisees. The consumer group alleges RFG made false representations in its dealings
Retail Food Group has a new shareholder. We all know Soul Pattinson as an Aussie pharmacy icon but Washington H. Soul Pattinson moved beyond its pharmaceutical origins and has been
Retail Food Group’s FY20 figures reveal the multi-brand franchisors has hit EBITDA of $35.5 million which is a drop of 19 per cent from last year’s $44m. However, this year’s
The easing of government restrictions related to COVID-19 continues to have a positive impact on foot traffic in shopping centres, according to a recent trading update from Retail Food Group
Retail Food Group is cautiously optimistic about hospitality trends as customer numbers gradually increase with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Executive chairman Peter George said the trend could be seen in
Retail Food Group is standing down or reducing working hours for most of the team as the multi-brand franchisor tackles the coronavirus crisis. The announcement to the ASX comes as