- Farm-to-table food prepared in less than 10 minutes -- why @modmarket is One to Watch t.co/MhEWVLqGqf
- RT @deepgroup: Uber is causing quite the stir. Here's how the #FastFoodIndustry can learn from this trending app: t.co/nxXSRCRMka vi…
- Love it or hate it, Uber has disrupted the transpo industry. @deniseleeyohn's tips on being the Uber of fast food t.co/oHy2gH95ks
- And here's part 2, detailing the attribute-based pricing strategy: t.co/ikHbNGjLkF @foodgenius #menudata
- For more on why today's pricing strategies are outdated, check out part 1 of special series frm @foodgenius t.co/rfAtHkEO5F #menudata
- Is your pricing strategy leaving $ on the table? Why u should consider market-based pricing: t.co/HOxFxfUHem… #menudata @foodgenius
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- Looking to apply for a job at @ChipotleTweets? Now you can do that from your phone or tablet: t.co/YYyCdbbZ53
- Fast-casual salad bar concept @mySalata adds three vegan options to its menu t.co/psj8s3sOc7
- Time for turkey? Quick-service operators get creative with their #Thanksgiving LTOs. t.co/QcSkKFKIRd
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“Fast fine” is the way Fresh to Order founder and CEO Pierre Panos describes the Atlanta-based concept he created in 2006. “It’s nicer than fast casual, but not fine dining,” he says.
With a background in fine dining, Panos sought to offer a fresh, quality product to a mass market for...
It’s the conundrum befuddling limited-service restaurant operators the world over: How do you answer consumer demand for healthier menu items when so many customers are scared away by health-food claims? How do you help fight off the nation’s obesity epidemic when the entire business is designed...
It’s an oft-cited statistic: One in four Americans eats at a fast-food establishment each day—that’s nearly 79 million consumers, considering the latest national population data from the U.S. Census Bureau. And depending on one’s definition of “fast food,” that number could edge higher for the...
Acquiring new restaurant technology can be a tricky business. Because of ever-decreasing prices, an operator may not want to be the first to buy a new application or software system. Plus, no one wants to invest in untested equipment, regardless of its technological prowess.
But, at the...
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series on pricing strategies within the quick-service restaurant industry. Click here to read part one.
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GE Capital, Franchise Finance (GEFF) expanded its team of account executives to focus on developing relationships with the next generation of restaurant operators nationwide.
To lead this initiative, Allen Johnson has been promoted to managing director of new relationship development in...
As the U.S. restaurant industry gradually rolls out guest-operated payment technology, a Cornell study finds that restaurant guests are enthusiastically ready to use smartphones and table-top tablets to pay their bill. In a survey of nearly 1,300 U.S. consumers, the study found that the...
When I heard of Maya Angelou’s passing this summer a twinge of sadness struck me, but then I remembered one of the remarkable things that she said: “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
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