Even as pasta, with all of those carbs, is getting a bad rap from the food police, it’s not stopping savvy pasta operators from figuring out how to draw millennials to the table: by serving freshly
There was a time when restaurants were restaurants and stores were stores. That time, though, may be screeching to a halt.
For those limited-service brands that don’t yet have mobile ordering, consider three words of advice from Nike: Just do it.
Eating has seriously evolved in recent years. In a digital age, food trends seem to come and go faster than the click of a send button.
Common knowledge would suggest a company’s management or board of directors best knows which path the organization should take to success.
There never was supposed to be a real meal—particularly one with an official name—that landed between dinner and breakfast. That time was supposed to be a time when folks slept, not ate.
Several fast-food trends—from the evolution of new technologies to veggies creeping closer to the center of the plate—are expected to kick into overdrive in 2017, while others will make their debut
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For all the things that critics have accused Andy Puzder, the outspoken secretary of labor nominee, of being—anti-union, anti-employee rights, and controversial—there’s one thing he’s never been ac