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Social Media Wrap Up: Costa's coffee truck rolls out; Papa John's raises awareness for prostate cancer; Pizza Express' dough balls

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.

BRAND AND STORE UPDATES

Costa is rolling out a coffee truck in select locations.

Abokado reopened its London restaurant.

Papa John’s removed the word 'Papa' from its logo to support Prostate Cancer UK on Father's Day.

NEW ON THE MENU 

Pizza Express brought back its Dough Ball recipes.

PROMOTIONS

LEON is offering 25% off Deliveroo orders on all England, Scotland and Wales match days.

Photo credit: Costa Coffee UK Facebook

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Cost, staff and supply pressures continue to mount.
The company is understood to be in advanced discussions with potential advisers.
21% of shoppers expect to focus more on saving money rather than quality next year.
But most think there will be less compliance.
The company is looking to open additional sites in Westfield Stratford, Canary Wharf, Bishopsgate​​, Kings Road, and Ealing.
The London-based company currently has 25 locations open in four countries in Europe and the Middle East.
The company is urging guests to eat more plant-based items by offering a free vegan side until November.
Franchisee The Adil Group says more openings are slated for this year.
The company offers delivery-only food brands to neighbourhood restaurants.
The company is looking to open around 45 new sites over the next five years.
The chain will open its first 'net-zero' restaurant in Shropshire next month.
It wants to establish 100 sites in the country in the next three years.