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Simultaneous visits were also carried out at the Hajee Ghani and Dixy Chicken restaurants, which are both in Erdington's Slade Road.
According to Kumanina, Dixy has not accepted the price increases but has not ruled out discussing a change of their pricing policy.
The DIXY Group of Companies is one of Russia's leading food and everyday products retailers.
Dixy Chicken's manager, Yasir Nasir, and owner, Mohammed Naeem, received cautions for the sale of hot food without a premises licence.
Overall, Dixy delivered second best result in terms of 1H sales growth, outpacing OKEY (+19%) and FIVE (+8%).
The Dixy Group's voracious appetite for takeovers also remains undimmed.
Father-of-three Farooq Ahmad Khalid, 42, who runs Dixy Chicken with his brother Rashid Minhas Khalid, said the incident had 'greatly affected' him and his family.
I quote former Washington governor Dixy Lee Ray and coauthor Lou R.
Dixy Lee Ray, former chair of the Atomic Energy Commission, former governor of the state of Washington, and professor emeritus of marine biology, became a spokesperson for the various anti-environmentalist groups that comprise the "Wise Use" movement.
My maggots and I enjoyed our visit to Dixy World, until a reality probe landed from Science magazine.
Birmingham Trading Standards officers swooped on Dixy Chicken, a fast-food franchise in Alum Rock, over fears it was misleading customers by using logos of the Halal Monitoring Committee on its website - despite not having permission.
DIXY retailer released 2012 financial results, overall matching our forecasts and market expectations, save for the margin that declined sharper than we expected as a result of more aggressive rebranding of the stores and, accordingly, increased overhead costs.
Carl McParland was eating in Dixy Chicken with a friend when he was pounced upon by Leroy Stephens in an unprovoked attack.
UKBA officers also raided Dixy Chicken in West Road, Newcastle, where they arrested 30-year-old Pakistani man on suspicion of overstaying his visa.