- A copycat of Jollibee in China called JoyRulBee was seen in a viral video
- It turned out that Jollibee Foods Corp (JFC) already knew about it before the video surfaced online
- JFC is taking legal action against the Chinese fast food restaurant
A copycat of the Pinoy fast food restaurant Jollibee was found in China and it is called JoyRulBee.
Aside from the similar names, there were also similarities in their mascot, logo and store colors.
KAMI learned that Jollibee Foods Corp (JFC) will be taking legal action against JoyRulBee for copyright infringement.
“Our legal team has been taking the necessary steps in order to protect and uphold our company’s trademark rights as provided for under the law…
“The particular JoyRulBee infringing store in Guangxi, China has already been brought to the attention of JFC even before the post went viral in social media,” JFC stated, as reported by the Philippine Star.
As reported previously by KAMI, a video of a Filipina entering JoyRulBee went viral on social media.
Aside from over a thousand branches in the Philippines, there are also Jollibee branches in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, USA, Canada, UK, and Italy.
JFC also handles Chowking, Red Ribbon, Greenwich, Mang Inasal and Burger King in the Philippines.
Some of the celebrities who endorse Jollibee are Aga Mulach, Sarah Geronimo, Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto.
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