- This weekend, @sweetgreen's festival #sweetlife2015 will return with unique, high-quality fare. t.co/0zmZmac7FE
- According to @NRAEF 75% of restaurant employees consider foodservice a viable career path. It's a brave new workforce t.co/nxQwqYVz0p
- “We find ourselves as a big reflection of Southern California culture.”—Mary Vasquez, cofounder of @wearemiguelsjr t.co/6qO95hxkzk
- Former-@DelTaco-CMO-turned-franchisee Paul Hitzelberger engages the local community and larger brand in charity work t.co/6KJvmRnKy1
- Food guru Marc Halperin talks dressing up the classic chicken. Think: snacks, griddled entrées, and even desserts t.co/8D3BYRFwo6
- Markets and food halls can serve as restaurant incubators, but concepts must compete for those coveted spots. t.co/6oGsEoMlSK
- The promise of speed & convenience means that many consumers expect tech like mobile payment. Correct URL this time! t.co/ipI2fo8Ahb
- Quick serves' promise of speed and convenience means that many consumers expect tech updates like mobile payment. t.co/m79xol2VsU
- RT @edible_words: The Great Phase Out: @panerabread @tacobell @noodlescompany latest QSRs to ditch artificial ingredients t.co/Xkojm…
- Celebrity chefs and quick-service brands alike are joining the second Eat (@RED) Drink (RED) Save Lives campaign. t.co/m79xol2VsU
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