Back in late August, Black Box Intelligence polled restaurant operators on the diversity and inclusion barriers facing America, and the industry. One in four kept it simple.
As challenging as the past six, COVID-saddled months have been for restaurants, operators don’t expect a near-term reprieve.
Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte (and related fall products) hit stores August 25<
For some, the age of social distancing has advanced to the “age of comfortable gatherings.” Quarantine fatigue weighs heavy.
Multi-concept operator Luby’s announced Tuesday a plan to liquidate assets if a sale cannot be reached.
There is some evidence COVID-19 spending has normalized, at least as much as things can in this extraordinary environment.
Taco Bell is wrapping up changes to its new streamlined menu, which it says will make room of new innovation as well as create a faster and more seamless experience for guests.
From Taco Bell to Sonic Drive-In to Starbucks and Shake Shack, some of the country’s most prominent chains continue to devise “restaurant of the future” models built for a COVID-1
Convenience is not a pandemic-created trend. While it feels like another century, finding ways to deliver food to busy consumers was one of the top-tier movement pre-COVID-19.