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'If you can pronounce the ingredients, it's probably good for you,' said Cynthia Harriman, director at Oldways and The Whole Grain Council.
Kids also want more healthful options from restaurants.
The new Louisville, Ky., location will be ‘overstaffed’ to ensure guests are taken care of ‘no matter what.’
Brands’ innovation processes should be influenced directly by consumer feedback.
Well-engineered menus sell higher gross profit items that satisfy the consumer and add incremental gross profit dollars to the restaurant operator.
Carryout concepts are in step with consumers' time-pressed demands and startup costs are lower than traditional units.
Gas prices starting to fall after spring peak.
Unlike other concepts, weather positively influenced the chain's business during Q1.
Have a disclaimer on your menu boards, pamphlets and website that promotes the steps taken to ensure accurate nutritionals.
Invasivor consumption is motivated by the desire to preserve native plant or animal species, and is tied to sustainability.
Restaurants should work with chefs and suppliers to ensure healthier meals, and even include kids in focus groups.
The company's goal is to become the 'preferred restaurant of choice' by offering nutritional improvements.
The budget conscience consumer will demand luxury and "value" will be defined as the best quality for the money.
March is a great month to get things rolling after the usual slumps in January and February.
About 60 percent of customers at Kono's first U.S. location are reoccurring, and the brand has big expansion plans.
Dough expert outlines the basics of temperature, water and other issues.
Foodservice operators should offer fewer menu choices and absolutely nail the execution in the kitchen.
Trends indicate that consumers and food continue to move toward experimentation.
Droughts, livestock viruses and thinner herds are all affecting center-of-the-plate pricing.
Consumers have told us they want more coffee, tea and alcohol options from restaurants