Intrusive restaurant franchise spreads to third state
WASHINGTON – Noting that this has already disrupted several natural communities in Kansas and Iowa, officials from the Bureau of Consumer Protection revealed on Tuesday that Bonito’s, a highly invasive strain of casual dining, had recently been spotted in parts of the country. eastern Nebraska. “Although hailing from certain mid-Atlantic states, this rapidly growing franchise poses a serious threat to the existing diversity of affordable family dining options in the mid-US and, if not. controlled, it could have a lasting negative impact on local fast food restaurants. food chains, ”BCP spokesperson Erica Wilcox said, adding that the non-Native breakfast and dinner establishment could be identified by its large size, bright red and orange color, and distinctive Tex-Mex touch on traditional American cuisine. “We are working hard to contain this outbreak in the affected area around Exit 451 to ensure this culinary threat does not spread further west to vulnerable locations such as Elkhorn or the Oak View Mall. Let’s be clear: With its terrific selection of entrees and Dollar Loco menu, this quick southwest grill has the potential to swarm dozens of native restaurants across the I-80 corridor. Wilcox added that his agency might have no choice but to unleash a larger predatory franchise in the area, like Chipotle or Panera Bread, in order to permanently drive the invasive restaurant out of the area.