Burger Joints, the chain of fast-food restaurants that includes McDonald’s and Burger King, recently expanded its restaurant condensing program to include other burger chains.
The announcement came in an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett.
“We’re not just focused on condiments, but our burgers,” McDonald’s spokesperson Alex Pasternak told Burnett.
Pasternack said the expansion would allow restaurants to add more condiments on the burgers, including a vegetable-based dressing, a chili powder, a tomato-based sauce, and a potato-based seasoning.
“I think we’re seeing a lot of growth in that market,” Pasternaks said.
He added that the company plans to continue expanding the program to other burger brands in the future.
Burger King did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The expansion follows a similar announcement from the National Restaurant Association earlier this year that it had expanded its condensing efforts to include fast-casual chains like Subway and Chipotle.
Posenack said he didn’t expect that expansion to be a permanent expansion.
“At Burger Joint we are always looking at expansion to other restaurants,” he said.