The Chinese food market has a massive customer base in America, with over 46,000 Chinese restaurants in the U.S. and consumers habitually used to eating Chinese-American cuisine.
Church's Chicken is on the road to a brighter image and a bigger future. Church's was founded in 1952, while Texas Chicken emerged in the late 1980s as its pathway into the international market.
Let’s face it: People love free. In the quick-service sector, that means giving away food.
The newest North American location for growing burger empire Shake Shack is located below its corporate headquarters on the ground level of 225 Varick Street in New York’s West Village.
Pizza mogul Scott Gittrich is one outspoken individual.
B.GOOD is on a roll, and with new CEO Chris Fuqua at the helm, the company has continued plans to expand brand awareness, menu offerings, and the number of units in the chain.
A celebrity tie-in may seem like a surefire way for any restaurant to build a reputation, but turning a star alliance into a blockbuster success isn’t as straightforward as a cameo.
At a time when many quick-service chains are expanding in scope—often creating overly diverse menus that reach far out of their area of specialization—the old adage of “if it ain't broke, don't fix