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Pro football season is off and running and pizza is usually not far behind. But pizza purveyors without a plan for capitalizing on all that potential business will be left behind. But fear not, marketing professional Andy Rosenbloom, has some great ideas to get the process going in this article.
With restaurant online ordering expected to reach $365 billion by 2030, it's little wonder delivery driver is one of the hottest jobs around. But there's a problem that nobody talks about: crime on delivery drivers and the liability faced by brands and third-party providers when it happens. And it happens a lot.
In the annals of pizza concepts with staying power, Colony Grill's multi-cultural rendition of the pie stands tall, and the 83-year-old brand's story is a lesson in the real value of what the American melting pot of cultures means to both the restaurant industry and business in general.
Fast food pizza brands are making customers very happy this year and that's helping to push the whole QSR category up a notch in its measurement of customer satisfaction this year, according to the latest ACSI Restaurant Report.
Restaurateurs enjoyed lower costs last week on the commodities markets with cheese, vehicle fuel and some wheat prices falling, while two of the publicly traded pizza brands monitored by this website got votes of confidence from investors.
Restaurant brands with large catering arms would do themselves a favor by cutting food waste, according to a news report that found that every $1 invested in food-waste reduction saved more than $6 in operating costs.
Restaurants that have deployed self-pour technologies have found the systems reliable and easy to use. The technology, which charges by the ounce, allows restaurants to capitalize on the popularity of craft beer.
Hepatitis A is raising a harrowing spectre over the restaurant industry thanks to its rapid spread and high number of cases, particularly in the eastern half of the nation and Midwest. Restaurant food safety expert Betsy Craig answers questions about the scope of the problem and what restaurant leadership can do.