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The Southern California–based fast-casual chain has signed a multiunit agreement that will place stores in the Charlotte and Raleigh area.
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers honored scholarship recipient at 2007 Commitment to People Awards Gala
7-Eleven's first entry into the hot chicken sandwich category, the Southern-style Chicken Bite, will retail for $1.69.
After the death of former president, Mark Sneed, Phillips has restructured. Steve Phillips will now act as president and CEO. TErestructures-
Advertising-supported mobile Web site brings free Zagat Survey content to mobile phones
New thicker fries with potato skin left to complement to Hardee's Thickburger(TM) menu. Guests can sample new fries during "Free Fry-Day" promotion on Friday, Aug. 24.
New York and Ohio marketing co-ops join Southern California in offering Angus Third Pounder burger.
Darden Restaurants Inc., which operates the Olive Garden and Red Lobster, said Thursday it agreed to buy the owner of the LongHorn Steakhouse and Capital Grille chains for about $1.19 billion.
Whole Foods Market Inc.'s aggressive efforts to acquire rival organic food retailer Wild Oats Markets Inc. are close to completion.
The Food Allergy Initiative (FAI) announced today that Governor Eliot Spitzer has signed into law the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Management Act of 2007.
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc., a casual dining restaurant chain reported financial results for the twelve and twenty-eight weeks ended July 15, 2007.
A rigorous evaluation process which involved 20 software vendors, stretched over 15 months and included several week-long demos and a month long pilot culminated with XPIENT being named as Whataburger's...
Culver’s and local American Red Cross Chapters join together under the Community Culver’s Cares™ Partnership
Food maker Sara Lee Corp. said Wednesday that its fourth-quarter profit soared, and executives pointed to the success of a turnaround plan that has helped sales rise in nearly every division.
With fruit rotting in fields, unmilked cows suffering in barns and shuttered farmhouses, growers are painting a bleak picture of their industry under new federal immigration policies.
PIZZA INN, INC. announced that President and Chief Executive Officer Tim Taft has notified the Company that he has decided to resign.