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Grub burgers are becoming more popular in Australia, but the burger maker’s flagship burger chain, Grub, says it is taking it to a whole new level.
In the last six months, Grubs burgers have been sold in New Zealand, Australia and the UK, according to data from analytics firm SuperData.
The company is currently making around $2.6 million a day in sales in Australia and is making $3 million in revenue per day, it said in a report.
It said it expects to grow this to $3.4 million in 2018.
“Our burgers have grown dramatically in popularity in Australia over the last year,” CEO Michael Gannon said.
“Over the last two weeks, we’ve had over 600,000 people order a burger.
It’s been an extraordinary growth in sales and we are now shipping burgers all over the world.”
Grub’s burger chain is also growing fast in the US.
The chain has been selling burgers at Burger King for five years and in October announced plans to expand to 40 restaurants across the US by the end of the year.
In a bid to get a foothold in the country, the company launched an online marketing campaign to attract burger buyers, with ads including this one in New York City.
Grub was established in 1988 and has been owned by Gannon since 2006.
The burger chain currently has around 4,000 outlets in the United States, including about 300 in the Boston area.
Mr Gannon says the growth of the chain in Australia is partly due to the fact that it is the only one of its kind.
“We have an incredibly strong Australian customer base,” he said.
“We’re not only offering burgers, we’re also offering salads and shakes and we have great burgers in Australia.”
Mr Gatton said Grub would invest $1 billion to expand into new markets in the future.
Grubs burger business is booming, with more than 4,500 outlets and a combined turnover of $2 billion.
It also owns a burger delivery service in New Brunswick, but Mr Ganton said Grubs plans to start delivery there in 2018, with a first batch of burgers being delivered to its New Brunswick store by Christmas.