Australian Fast Foods
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Fast food restaurants
In May 2002, Perth based Australian Fast Foods acquired Red Rooster from Coles Myer Ltd. AFF also owns 68 Chicken Treat stores in WA.
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owns 100% of Australian Fast Foods Pty Ltd
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|Australian Fast Foods Pty Ltd|
Signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant, a voluntary agreement to encourage waste minimisation.
Source: Australian Packaging Covenant (2020)
This company won an award in 2019 from the Australian Packaging Covenant, for demonstrating their commitment to environmental sustainability by performing 'above and beyond' in their efforts to minimise waste. This company achieved the highest overall score in their category, Food & Beverage Sector.
Source: Australian Packaging Covenant (2019)
This company sources chickens from Baiada, who have been criticised by PETA Asia for "widespread cruelty in its breeding facility and abattoir."
Source: PETA (2020)
Australian Fast Foods, owner and operator of the Chicken Treat brand, has entered into a Proactive Compliance Deed with the Fair Work Ombudsman. This comes after Fair Work found that Chicken Treat had been paying junior staff less than stipulated in their SDA Agreement. The company immediately paid more than $35,000 to employees and now other pay periods are to be audited and the company has committed to reimburse any outstanding entitlements.
Source: Medianet (2014)
In August 2014 the Fair Work Ombudsman released a report outlining the results of its Proactive Compliance Deed with Red Rooster Foods Pty Ltd, revealing the fast food company had underpaid 3,140 of its 7,000 staff, with $645,253 in underpayments identified. Over have of this was backpaid immediately, with the rest to follow.
Source: news article (2014)
Source: news article (2018)
This company is a signatory to the Quick Service Restaurant Initiative for Responsible Advertising and Marketing to Children (QSRI), which is managed by the Australian Food & Grocery Council and covers food sold in quick service restaurants. Companies that have signed up to the initiative commit to: only advertising healthier choices to children and encouraging a healthy lifestyle through good diet and physical activity; not paying for or seeking product placement television programs, editorial content or interactive games aimed at children, unless the product is a healthier choice; not advertising and marketing to children in Australian schools unless they are asked to by those schools.
Source: AFGC (2019)
This company is a founding member of the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) Forum, which was established in August 2010 as a formal partnership between the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) and the QSR industry. Goals and outcomes of the forum include the introduction of kilojoule information on menus, reducing the salt and saturated fat content of menu items, and offering healthier options.
Source: AFGC (2017)
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|Address||1 Whipple St, Balcatta, WA, 6914, Australia|
|Phone||08 9240 9777|