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Where plants are leading restaurants in next decade

Where plants are leading restaurants in next decade

It's been a very good year to be a plant, especially if you're one of those used to concoct one of the variety of plant-based burgers out there, according to a recent IDTechEx report that looks at the status of…

Pizza Hut, Subway offer put a pungent spin on seasonal scents

Pizza Hut, Subway offer put a pungent spin on seasonal scents

Seems a bit counter-intuitive as we enter the season of copious amounts of kisses and hugs, but at least two brands are making garlic the darlin' of the garland this holiday season. QSR Subway has brought back its ultimate cheesy…

Pizza: Once again, Americans' 1st and only choice

Pizza: Once again, Americans' 1st and only choice

Pizza restaurateurs can rejoice again this year as California Pizza Kitchen said again this year, Americans are unequivocal: most would choose pizza if they could only eat one food for the rest of their days. In fact, according to a…

Yum China Q2 revenues up, margins down

Yum China second-quarter financials indicated the brand grew revenues 3% or 10% in constant currencies, while total system sales grew 10% year over year, fueled by 12% growth for KFC and 4% growth for Pizza Hut, a news release said.…

Coke, Omnivore launching restaurant digital marketplace covering apps to third-party delivery

Coke, Omnivore launching restaurant digital marketplace covering apps to third-party delivery

Coca-Cola North America is making a big move into foodservice tech this fall when the company said it will launch a digital marketplace that can connect restaurant customers to what it said in a news release will be "pre-vetted, industry-best restaurant technologies with competitive pricing."

Webinar panel to address restaurant efficiency in age of digital transformation

With digital transformation, restaurants are able to improve efficiency and attract customers at he same time. Contributing Editor Bradley Cooper will moderate a discussion on this topic during a live webinar at 2 p.m.

Restaurateur insight: What do the football fans in your neighborhood want most?

If you had to pick, would you choose Fritos and vodka or Cheetos and Dr. Pepper? Careful, the way you answer might very well belie which college football team you're rooting for this season. That is according to shopper intelligence…

Coveting a piece of kitchen equipment? Leasing program may bring it closer

Restaurateurs have a new way to access kitchen equipment. Welbilt, a global provider of commercial foodservice equipment, has launched a leasing program to provide all of the hot, cold and beverage equipment needed to run a professional kitchen.

Menu-labeling enforcement takes effect

As of today, restaurant chains with 20 or more stores must be following those long-delayed menu-labeling regulations or face the possibility of penalties. The legislation — one of the last remaining pieces of the 2010 Affordable Care Act — was…

Report: The display market set to reach $20 billion by 2024

Restaurant usage is helping to drive the overall display market to what is expected to be about $20 billion by 2024, according to a report by Global Market Insights. This growth is being driven significantly by the adoption of touchscreens…

NYC menu-labeling law delayed

New York City's menu-labeling law is on delay thanks to the city's agreement with several trade organizations, including The Restaurant Law Center, the Food Marketing Institute, National Association of Convenience Stores and the New York Association of Convenience Stores. In…

Restaurant ownership groups take NYC to court over menu labeling

Restaurant ownership groups take NYC to court over menu labeling

Four restaurant ownership groups filed suit today in the New York state court system to halt New York City’s efforts to enforce menu labeling requirements, claiming that restaurants, convenience stores and related businesses need more time to comply with the…

Menu labeling: Big Apple again achieves what feds cannot

Menu labeling: Big Apple again achieves what feds cannot

As the song says, "making it" in New York has long been seen as the route to also making it "anywhere." But that rule does not apparently apply to menu labeling regulations, which start being enforced in the Big Apple…

FDA delays: 1 more year to menu labeling enforcement

FDA delays: 1 more year to menu labeling enforcement

It's official: Menu labeling enforcement waits another year.

New tech finds, funnels real-time restaurants digital sign content

Allure is debuting an advanced content automation technology for digital signs and other devices used in the fast food and fast casual sectors.

King-Casey, Envirosell release MenuBoard Pro

King-Casey and Envirosell, two restaurant and retail consultant firms, collaborated to create MenuBoard Pro, according to a press release. "The beauty of this data-driven solution is that it is based on methodologies that our firms have proven in the field…

Digital signage solution integrates with mobile ordering app

Digital signage provider embed signage has launched its solution integration with mobile ordering application Flypay, the company announced.

Pizza Hut switching to digital menu boards across Southern Africa

Pizza Hut has partnered with Moving Tactics, a South African digital signage solutions company, to implement digital menu boards within their stores in Africa.

Report: Restaurants, foodservice operators ignore menu board sales opportunities

Datassential's new Menu Board Keynote Report surveyed more than 1,500 consumers and 350 operators across all restaurant and foodservice types. The report details which categories are most often found on menu boards and which are less likely to be listed.

Bright White Paper releases 'easy, safe' sign-hanging solution

Menus, hours and other important restaurant information can now be safely stored in magnetic-lined frames, according to Bright White Paper Company.

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