"Better Burger" Chain Plans to Open Up to 20 New Locations This Year

BurgerFi, noted for its "better burger" ideology, may be coming to your town. The company announced it will open 15–20 outlets by year's end.

Recent efforts include acquiring Anthony's Coal-Fired Pizza last year and maintaining strong sales. The latest earnings report shows that

fourth-quarter 2021 revenue rose 261% to $35.1 million from $9.7 million in 2020, primarily owing to the Anthony's acquisition.

"2021 was a fantastic year of growth and transformation at BurgerFi despite the many industry-wide effects of COVID-19," said BurgerFi

Executive Chairman Ophir Sternberg. "We were able to lay the foundation for significant growth through opening 16 BurgerFi restaurants

BurgerFi's CEO, Ian Baines, attributes its low pandemic losses to an emphasis on internet sales.

After finding digital access so successful, the corporation plans to increase guest communication and technology to create a "digital ecosystem."

BurgerFi tried self-ordering kiosks, which improved check averages and order accuracy. The business said all corporate and some franchise

stores will have self-ordering kiosks soon. Restaurant Business reports that Anthony's Coal-Fired Pizza, which was acquired, uses AI to answer phones during busy times.

BurgerFi has been successful because people want excellent beef. The company's "Never-Ever" program requires organic, steroid-free, humanely grown

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