Restaurant Brands International (QSR) Q2 2022 revenues

Restaurant Brands International (QSR) Q2 2022 earnings

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Tim Hortons signs is shown in the window of a dining establishment in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Restaurant Brands International on Thursday reported quarterly revenues and profits that topped Wall Street’s expectations, sustained by global sales development at Burger King and the healing of Tim Hortons’ Canadian areas.

In the U.S., the business stated same-store sales were flat at Burger King and Popeyes.

Shares of the business increased 5% in early morning trading.

Here’s what the business reported compared to what Wall Street was anticipating, based upon a study of experts by Refinitiv:

  • Earnings per share: 82 cents changed vs. 73 cents anticipated
  • Revenue: $1.64 billion vs. $1.57 billion anticipated

Net sales for the quarter increased 14% to $1.64 billion. Global same-store sales throughout the business’s portfolio increased 9%, sustained by the efficiency of Tim Hortons and Burger King.

Like a lot of its rivals, Restaurant Brands stated it raised menu rates throughout the quarter to assist balance out increasing food and freight expenses.

“We’ve been very making sure that any price increases that we take, we’re taking with consumer in mind and ensuring that we don’t get too far ahead of them,” CEO Jose Cil stated on the business’s quarterly teleconference.

Tim Hortons’ same-store sales development of 12.2% beat Street Account price quotes of 8%. In Canada, the coffee chain’s same-store sales increased 14.2%.

Tims, which represents about 60% of Restaurant Brands’ profits, has actually taken longer to get better from the pandemic, mostly since of its house market’s harder limitations. Executives credited brand-new cold brew and food menu products, upgrades to its core menu and a cooperation with Justin Bieber for the chain’s enhanced efficiency.

Hot coffee sales, nevertheless, have not rebounded from pre-pandemic levels. North American coffee drinkers are significantly selecting iced coffee or cold brew over hot beverages. For example, Starbucks stated 3 quarters of its U.S. sales throughout its financial 3rd quarter originated from cold beverages.

Burger King’s international same-store sales increased 10% in the quarter, topping Wall Street’s expectations of 3.4%. That was driven by same-store sales development of 18.4% outside the U.S.

But Burger King’s house market’s same-store sales were flat as the business deals with enhancing order precision and functional effectiveness to enhance the chain’s efficiency. Executive stated they’re preparing to share more information on its turn-around technique for Burger King’s U.S. dining establishments in early September.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen reported same-store sales development of 1.4%, beating price quotes of 0.3%. Like Burger King, Popeyes reported flat same-store sales in the U.S. The fried chicken chain has actually seen its development lag in current quarters as it deals with hard contrasts to the earlier days of the pandemic, when its chicken sandwich sustained skyrocketing sales.

Firehouse Subs, the latest addition to Restaurant Brands’ portfolio, saw its same-store sales fall 1.4% in the quarter.

For the quarter, Restaurant Brands reported earnings attributable to investors of $236 million, or 76 cents per share, below $259 million, or 84 cents per share, a year previously.

Excluding expenses connected to its acquisition of Firehouse Subs and other products, the business made 82 cents per share.

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