Book a table for fast food? Burger King trials post-lockdown app in Italy

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MILAN (Reuters) – Burger King is trialling an app for ordering food and booking a table at its outlets in Italy, as it seeks to persuade locals it is safe to eat out again after more than two months of coronavirus lockdown.

FILE PHOTO: An employee delivers an order in Burger King at Apple Green Services, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Ballyrobert, Northern Ireland, April 16, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff

Like other fast food chains, sandwich outlets and coffee shops, Burger King, which serves an average 11 million people a day in 25,000 restaurants around the globe,

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