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The trend is largely driven by millennials, who look at price value differently; they want it to be worth what they pay and they’re not willing to compromise on taste.
Beverages, micro-local, crowdsourcing and increased competition from nontraditional foodservice outlets are all expected to shape the restaurant landscape in 2015.
Gas prices tumble 30 cents in one month.
Topper’s Pizza CEO says Canadian consumers are becoming more adventurous with their orders.
The best-selling author believes we've lost touch with too many old school ideas and that work has become a four-letter word.
The best-selling author believes hard work and excellence are the two keys needed for success.
The biggest opportunities to save come with packaging and waste initiatives.
Domino’s Pizza shares hit a lifetime high after a positive Q3 earnings report.
Watch for menu trends at airport bars and lounges, Hollywood and convenience stores.
Restaurant operators are paying their employees more now than they were last year.
Union activism, food costs, data breaches and minimum wage debates are just part of the 'external factors' facing restaurant operators.
As the brand continues its turnaround strategy, it will launch a new advertising position in Q4 aimed at millennials.
The technology and food experience are now weighted equally in the eyes of the consumer, some experts say.
After spiking to $2.45 in mid-September, cheese prices plummeted last week, dropping as low as $2.15.
The company expects its mobile site to launch by the end of this year and is investing 'seven figures' into additional digital initiatives.
Wheat prices also continue to plummet.
If mobile websites included a click-to-order button that routed customers to a geolocation API, the brands' mobile experiences would be better suited to handle each query.
The company spent three years testing ingredients, operations and ovens, and has experienced a sizable comp lift since adding pizza to its brand positioning.
Papa Murphy's stock is up $2 in two weeks.
Wheat prices closed below the $6 mark twice last week, plunging to $5.68 on Friday.
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