• Low cheese prices should hold through mid-summer

    The combination of high cheese supplies and strong dairy production should hold 40-pound block prices near or below $1.20 per pound through at least mid-summer, according to two dairy analysts. The …
    Tags: Cheese
  • Tasty low-fat cheese not far away

    ROSEMONT, Ill. -- The development of a low-fat cheese with the same flavor and texture as full-fat cheese may be possible, according to Joe Bavido of Dairy Management Incorporated, based in Rosemont, …
    Tags: Cheese
  • Back Yard Burgers inks 40-Unit deal with Yum! Brands franchisee

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Memphis-based Back Yard Burgers Inc., announced it will open as many as 40 stores with a Yum! Brands franchisee over the next 10 years. Terms weren't disclosed. The all-Angus burger …
  • Computer-free Web orders are possible with America Takeout

    CHICAGO -- You don't want to build and maintain a Web site, but you do want to catch the online ordering wave while it's rising. But you run a pizza shop, for crying out loud, not a computer center. …
    Tags: POS
  • April-May same-store sales down 4% at Pizza Hut

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A May 22 Yum! Brands release reported domestic same-store sales declined 4 percent at Pizza Hut for the four-week period ending May 18. The news was better for its sister brands, …
  • Inno-Pacific earmarks possible $385k for Shakey's

    SINGAPORE -- The board of directors of Inno-Pacific Holdings Ltd. announced May 21 that the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) approved in principle its application to sell 62.5 …
  • Safety concerns curb pizza deliveries to Israeli soldiers

    JERUSALEM -- The Associated Press has reported that Israel's top army brass has ordered its soldiers not to accept deliveries of pizzas they didn't order themselves because they fear the packages …
  • Green Piece

    In the United States, where meat is as plentiful as meat eaters, it's not likely vegetables will ever supplant pepperoni or sausage as the most-requested pizza toppings. But even Liz Hertz, marketing …
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  • Experts say future fat-food taxes, fines are possible

    WASHINGTON -- According to the United States government, 61 percent of Americans are fat because of poor diets. That number is up from 55 percent from 1988 to 1994 and from 46 percent from 1976 to …
    Tags: Marketing
  • Pizza industry officials respond to CSPI report

    Saying that the marketplace should be allowed to determine what it wants to eat and how much to consume, leading officials from the pizza and restaurant industries harshly criticized the Center for …
  • Vegetarian means vegetarian in India, according to Pizza Hut

    NEW DELHI -- Responding to a lawsuit filed against Pizza Hut in the United States, Pizza Hut's Indian subsidiary on May 19 announced that 100 percent vegetarian ingredients are used on its vegetarian …
  • CSPI to release pizza study results May 17

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Center for Science in the Public Interest, the organization which a decade ago dubbed an entrée portion of fettuccini Alfredo "a heart attack on a plate," is holding a May …
  • Thai pizza firms expect a sales kick from World Cup coverage

    BANGKOK -- Representatives of Pizza Hut and The Pizza Company say they expect business in Thailand to grow 15 to 20 percent as a result of TV coverage of the 2002 World Cup soccer tournament. The …
    Tags: Marketing
  • Micro-managed Marketing

    When it came to marketing, Karen Evans used to close her eyes, throw a dart and hope to hit the bull's eye. Her preferred method of moving her message, blanket couponing, meant investing heavily in a …
    Tags: Marketing, POS
  • Audit of Shakey's parent, Inno-Pacific, reveals financial strain

    A May 15 auditor's report published on the Web site of the Singapore Stock Exchange revealed that subsidiaries of Inno-Pacific Holdings Ltd., parent of Garden Grove. Calif.-based pizza chain, Shakey'…
  • NetWorld's new site targets church leaders

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- NetWorld Alliance has launched a new Web site targeting leaders of Christian churches in America. ChurchCentral.com offers regular news, features and advice on church health …
  • Pizzeria owner accused of evading millions in taxes

    PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Salvatore Stellino, owner of Sal's Restaurant and Pizzeria, is facing a possible $250,000 fine and five years in prison for tax evasion. In a report published in the Palm Beach …
    Tags: Crime
  • Chuck E. Cheese to roll out downscaled upgrade in mid '02

    IRVING, Tex. -- CEC Entertainment, parent of Chuck E. Cheese's, reported in a May 14 SEC filing that it will institute a Phase IV store upgrade program in some 20 to 30 sites in the second half of …
  • Pizza Hut claims beef enzyme not used in its cheese

    DALLAS -- Pizza Hut is standing firm that its Veggie Lover's pizza does not use beef products, despite a lawyer's claim that its cheese is made from a beef enzyme. The Dallas-based company is facing …
    Tags: Cheese
  • Restaurant inspector suspended, allegedly demanded money for passing grades

    BOSTON -- A restaurant health inspector is facing allegations of demanding money and goods in exchange for allowing restaurants to pass inspections and stay open. According to The Boston Globe, …
    Tags: Crime
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