BKC

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BKCBenzalkonium Chloride (chemical compound)
BKCBurger King Corporation
BKCBackup Copy
BKCBackup Catalog
BKCBiwako-Kusatsu Campus (Ritsumeikan University; Shiga, Japan)
BKCBible Knowledge Commentary
BKCBallarat Karate Club (est. 1965; Australia)
BKCBatchKennisCentrum (Dutch: Batch Knowledge Centre)
BKCBernard Krief Consultants (France)
BKCBlitzkreig Commander (game)
BKCBandung Karate Club (est. 1966)
BKCBurgess Kershaw Consultants
BKCBethany Korean Church
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Of the remaining nine companies, Nestle, Burger King Corporation, and Cargill Corporation responded with a summary statement of their efforts, but without data on specific products; Watt's S.A.
Burger King Corporation has been extremely active in helping Hispanics to become franchisees; many of them have been successful at acquiring more than just one location.
However, please note that the Burger King website contains the following: "Burger King Corporation makes no claim that the BK VEGGIE[TM] Burger or any other of its products meets the requirements of a vegan or vegetarian diet."
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The company announced the sale of Burger King Corporation under revised terms to the buying group composed of Texas Pacific Group, Bain Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners.
Burger King and Crescent Logo are registered trademarks of Burger King Corporation. 2002 Burger King Corporation.
trademarks of Burger King Corporation. (copyright mark)2002 Burger King Corporation.
Produced specifically for Burger King Corporation by the Kellogg's[R] Food Away From Home division, the BK Veggie[TM] burger is made of blended vegetables, grains and spices.
Parent group Burger King Corporation opened nearly 800 restaurants this year, taking the total number of outlets to 11,200 worldwide.
Four months after Austin, Judge Nesbitt entered an order on Burger King's motion to dismiss a counterclaim in Burger King Corporation v.