NRA 2012: US Foods

US Foods' top chef Mark Eggerding discusses culinary trends in foodservice and what the company is going to help restaurants stay relevant.

A Passion for Better: Learn What Sets Escalon Tomatoes Apart in Quality and Taste

With Escalon’s gentle, natural process, every fresh-packed tomato product is a reflection of your passion for flavor.

Sponsored by: Escalon Premier Brands

NRA 2012: Revel Systems POS

Revel Systems CEO and co-founder Lisa Falzone demonstrates the company's iPad ordering system during the 2012 NRA Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.

NRA 2012: Front Flip

Front Flip founder Sean Beckner talks about the new customer engagement platform created to help restaurant operators attract and retain guests. Front Flip was an exhibitor at the 2012 National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.

NRA 2012: Coca-Cola healthy and smoothie beverage trends speaks with Coca-Cola's Mark Rhode about the company's healthy beverage and smoothie product line and trends.

NRA 2012: Brewed tea beverage trends speaks with Honest Tea founder Seth Goldman about the company's 2011 acquisition and trends in brewed tea.

NRF 2012: Phone charging as bait for digital signage

NEC's Rich Ventura talks about his company's combination phone-charging kiosk and digital sign with interactive messaging. Applications include retail, foodservice venues and more.

FCES: The benefits of self-service in the restaurant space

David Jones, CEO of Blazing Onion Burger Company, installed kiosks to help bust lines and improve guest satisfaction. He shared those observations and others at the Fast Casual Executive Summit 2011.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: Keys to good hiring

Sales and HR guru Tom Feltenstein addressed the right interview questions to hire the right people in restaurant and other industries.

CETW: ExaDigm's mobile POS system

ExaDigm's David Graybeal discusses the connectivity and PCI compliance of the NX2200 mobile POS system, suitable for retail and foodservice applications.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: the iPad as hiring tool

Patrick Renna from fast-casual concept Boloco advocates providing prospective employees with a tablet to fill out a job application. Here's why.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: Beverage trends

McAlister's Annica Kreider represents her fellow panelists in this interview about beverage trends as discussed at the 2011 Fast Casual Executive Summit.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: Just what is sustainability?

Joseph Grove of speaks with Tamara Barnett, ethnographic research manager for The Hartman Group, about the true meaning of sustainability. Barnett spoke about sustainability during the 2011 Fast Casual Executive Summit.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: Digital signage ROI

Joseph Grove with speaks with Rodrick Glass from Allure Global about his presentation at the 2011 Fast Casual Executive Summit. Rodrick spoke on a panel about emerging technology trends.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: NRA calls for activism

Sue Hensley, senior VP of communications for the National Restaurant Association, speaks with's Joseph Grove on how operators can help take on the big issues facing the industry.

Fast Casual Executive Summit: Staying in line with PCI

Brad Cyprus, from Vendor Safe Technologies, and Jeremy Gibeault, of Firehouse Subs, share take-aways from their Fast Casual Executive Summit session on the importance and strategies of PCI compliance.

RAMP: NFC and mobile loyalty programs

Mohammad Khan, president and founder of ViVOtech, talked about the convenience of combining NFC technology with loyalty programs at the RAMP mobile payments conference in Chicago.

RAMP: Mobile card-swiping technology

Lance Ning from ID Tech showed some of his company's mobile swiping technology at the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago. Applications include line-busting, off-site retailing and more.

DigitalPersona's biometrics system

Advances in technology and lower prices have allowed more operators to adopt biometrics as part of their loss prevention plans.

Summit: Don't set social media expectations

Sometimes with social media, the best strategy is just to dive right in, said Paul Flanigan at the 2011 Retail Customer Experience Executive Summit. Also: the potential impact of Google+.

The NRA perspective at the Pizza Executive Summit 2011

Scott DeFife, head of Policy & Government Affairs for the National Restaurant Association, talked about legislation concerns at the 2011 Pizza Executive Summit.

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