- In just a year, Washington, D.C. jumps from No. 7 to 2 for best large markets for restaurant growth @WBJonline t.co/PxMD5B8idz
- Millennials can be a tricky group to reach. Here's how brands like @COOLHAUS, @DunkinDonuts, & @FirehouseSubs do it t.co/tQcN8z1fTG
- Small brands can respond more nimbly to sourcing issues but larger ones can exert more control over the supply chain t.co/0n4jc85nWx
- In 20 minutes, Chipotle will begin its system-wide shutdown to go over the company's new food-safety protocols. t.co/yTjrAOpxNx
- During #Superbowl50, official pizza sponsor @PapaJohns launched its new Quality Guarantee. t.co/PqzjCIOE8S
- It's Bo' Time. All the way to California. Two @Bojangles1977 staffers traveled cross country with #Tea4PantherNation t.co/XYJecfCtHF
- Last week Brenda Fried of Harbor Bay Consulting explained why big data should be embraced, now she explains how. t.co/kXnL1vu1zW
- Minneapolis-St. Paul again is the top large market for restaurant growth @MSPBJnews @EaterMPLS @CityMinneapolis t.co/PxMD5BpTC9
- RT @SPEcertified: Great @aurifybrands interview 4 @QSRmagazine featuring #SPEcertified @littlebeettable @littlebeet @FieldsChicken https:/…
- Fast Casual 2.0 concepts like @TenderGreens work to source hyperlocal ingredients and use them same day. t.co/X0e9aeLKE8
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Technology is sort of a funny word to use in the limited-service restaurant industry these days—or any industry, really. After all, what does technology even mean anymore? Does it only reference digital tools? Or does smart equipment count, too? What about online gadgets and gizmos?
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