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SHANGHAI, Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yum China Holdings, Inc. (the "Company" or " Yum China", NYSE: YUMC and HKEX: 9987) has reaffirmed its commitment to reducing food waste through the gradual expansion of its existing
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Yum China Announces Disclosure under Hong Kong Stock Exchange Rules in Relation to a Possible Quarterly Dividend
Yum China Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: YUMC and HKEX: 9987, "Yum China" or the "Company") today announced, in compliance with the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "HKEX") which require advance notice of board meetings at which a dividend is expected to be declared, that its board of directors (the "Board") will consider the declaration and payment of a quarterly dividend (the "Dividend"). If the Board decides to proceed, the declaration will be a
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Yum China (YUMC) and Lavazza Group announces a plan to increase the footprint of Lavazza cafes in China.
KFC operator Yum China Holdings is focusing its store expansion efforts in China on smaller cities, as demand there has recovered from the pandemic much quicker than that in the country's major centres, its chief executive said on Thursday. The owner of the KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell chains in China is the country's largest fast food operator with more than 11,000 outlets. Earlier on Thursday, it told an investor day that it was accelerating its store network expansion to reach a 20,000 outlet milestone across 2,700 cities.
Chinese restaurant chain Yum China and Italian coffee maker Lavazza, which formed a partnership in 2020, aim to open 1,000 Lavazza cafés in China by 2025, they said on Thursday. In addition, the joint venture will market, sell, and distribute Lavazza's retail products in mainland China under an exclusivity agreement. The first Lavazza flagship store in Shanghai, the first store outside of Italy, opened its doors to customers in April 2020.
Yum China Outlines "Fortifying Resiliency, Accelerating Growth" Strategy at 2021 Investor Conference
Accelerating store network expansion, aiming for 20,000 stores as the next milestone Widening strategic moat in digital and supply chain to enable accelerated growth Long-term potential for high single to double digit system sales, operating profit and EPS growth SHANGHAI , Sept. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Yum China Holdings, Inc. (the "Company" or "Yum China") (NYSE: YUMC and HKEX: 9987) today will host its 2021 virtual investor day. At the event, Yum China''s Chief Executive Officer Joey Wat and other members of the Yum China management team will share the Company''s drivers of resiliency and strategies for long-term growth. Joey Wat commented, "Yum China has been demonstrating its resiliency and agility during the pandemic. Our core brands KFC and Pizza Hut responded quickly to the sit...
Yum China and Lavazza Plan to Accelerate Expansion of Lavazza Cafés in China and Extend Partnership to Product Distribution
Yum China Holdings, Inc. (the "Company" or "Yum China", NYSE: YUMC and HKEX: 9987) and Luigi Lavazza S.p.A. ("Lavazza" or "Lavazza Group") announced that they plan to accelerate the expansion of the store network of Lavazza cafés in China through the existing joint venture, aiming to open 1,000 stores by 2025. Together they will inject $200 million initially into the joint venture to fund its future growth. In addition, the joint venture is expected to be Lavazza's exclusive distributor in mainl