Looking back at some equipment highlights from the NRA Show '14
FastCasual.com, PizzaMarketplace.com and QSRweb.com takes a look back of some video highlights from last month's National Restaurant Association Show at Chicago's McCormick Place.
In the video, JTM Food Group shows off some of its new menu developments, while Coca-Cola's Scott Mulkey calls the company's Vitamin Water one of its biggest innovations.
SCA's Suzanne Cohen shows off its new two-wet wipe system, that replaces the traditional rag/spray table cleaning system.
"The server can have it with them and pull it out when they need to clean the table. They can discreetly, nicely clean the table and throw it away without sprays getting into anyone's food," Cohen said.
Henny Penny's Paul Demczak showcased the company's new pressure fryer system that uses significantly less oil, while Dann Woellert highlight's the company's new combi with a chef's touch operating system, which features a barcode scanner that can call up recipes.
Mary Barker, VP of human resources at Rave Restaurant Group, talks about how the brand handles training.
Customers now make decisions about where to eat on a more local level, so restaurateurs must adapt their marketing strategies.
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The 2017 Fast Casual Top 100 Movers & Shakers were honored at the annual gala.
Ellen Hartman, CEO of Hartman Public Relations, taught the attendees of this year's Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit in Dallas about the importance of having a risk-management plan. Key steps, however, to defusing any negative event, from a food safety...
Cultivating leadership and developing oneself is key to success, according to Bobby Shaw, a veteran executive of several brands, including Chipotle and McDonald's.
Biju Thomas, founder of Biju's Little Curry Shop, discussed how he successfully partnered to open inside Whole Foods.
Restaurant executives from all over the world gathered in March at the Restaurant Franchising and Innovation Summit in Dallas to not only learn from one another about growing their businesses, but also make more than 10,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Katie Fuhrman of MomentFeed; Kimberly Brastad of Dairy Queen; Keith Hill of I Love Bacon; Jamal Bara of Waterfall; Demetra McLain of DW's Subs and Jacquelyn Cirko of Groupon, give an inside look to their Summit experiences.
Saladworks was facing bankruptcy in 2015, when Centre Lane Partners bought it for nearly $17 million. Since then, CEO Patrick Sugrue has been working to breathe new life into the 30-year-old brand. "You have to be able to fail fast...
Jennifer Klawin, SVP, brand strategy, West Coast for BuzzFeed, shared social media tips with restaurateurs.