4food announced the closing of its beta location at 286 Madison Avenue to focus on its growing restaurant technology marketplace, 4f.io, international licensing deals, and the further development of new 4food restaurants around New York City. This restaurant's last day of operations will be Friday, April 25.
To encourage mindful eating habits among consumers, a few small chains adopted a new way to display nutrition information on receipts.
Santa Barbara, California–based SmartReceipt allows brands to give customers relevant and personalized messaging about nutrition.
“Because SmartReceipt messaging is targeted based on factors like what items were purchased, time of day, and amount spent, we’re able to maximize the relevancy and impact,” says Jon Cassell, vice president of business development.
4food restaurant, dedicated to de-junking fast food, is celebrating the holiday season with a special “Giving Thanks 365” (W)holeburger. For each one sold this holiday season, 4food is giving back to the local community by donating 25 cents to each of its five local charity partners: City Harvest, GrowNYC, New York Foundation for the Arts, Team Red White and Blue, and Wellness in the Schools.
When the iPad was introduced in late January, the tech world buzzed about the gadget’s possibilities and visionary applications. Two of Apple’s other signature products, the iPod and iPhone, sparked such revolutionary momentum that creative minds swirled with ideas on how the iPad, a larger, more comprehensive touch-screen device, might function in a world increasingly clamoring for portable and wireless.