Social Media Wrap Up: Patisserie Valerie's summer box; Tim Hortons goes to Chester; Coffee#1's latest cakes | QSRMedia UK | QSR news for UK's quick service restaurant industry.
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Social Media Wrap Up: Patisserie Valerie's summer box; Tim Hortons goes to Chester; Coffee#1's latest cakes

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

BRAND AND STORE UPDATES

Tim Hortons is going to Chester.

Wasabi announced it donated 100,000 meals via The Felix Project.

NEW ON THE MENU

Coffee#1 launched two new cakes: the Raspberry & White Chocolate Loaf Cake and Raspberry Rocky Road.



Sblended announced it created the "Happy Ever After" shake, in celebration of the reopening of all their stores.

Patisserie Valerie launched its summer box.

Photo credit: Patisserie Valerie Facebook

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