- Small operators ready themselves for expansion through #franchising: t.co/UCnGN50zhf
- We caught up with 15 brands we thought were the next big thing. Check out our look back at past #OnesToWatch: t.co/QlBCX8x7Cg
- Operators like @bostonmarket take “stealth health” approach to cutting sodium levels: t.co/iao5HEPOcv
- Experts share their advice on making the most of drive-thru menu strategies: t.co/e7Xs2rvlYN
- North Dakota’s economic growth a unique opportunity for quick-serve brands like @UncleMaddios and @Dickeys t.co/Mbtj9nPOFx
- Now expanding across the Southeast, @PDQFreshFood is an upscale player in the competitive chicken segment. t.co/8Ghpf4zNaK
- Dunkin' Brands, parent company to @DunkinDonuts & @BaskinRobbins, is focusing on diversity by partnering with @NAACP: t.co/iJRVPgUoeg
- North Dakota’s economic growth a unique opportunity for quick-serve brands like @UncleMaddios and @Dickeys t.co/qR9p8cwzja
- .@TogosSandwiches franchisee melds food and fuel for green operation: t.co/Tzy48u8y4c
- .@TacoBell is ramping up its Cantina menu w/ more protein and testing new breakfast items, including Greek yogurt: t.co/Zjc1Uquefx
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