The history of U.S.
If you’ve been in the foodservice industry for any length of time, then you’ve probably heard the Kat Cole success story.
According to the 2017 Restaurant Technology Industry Report—conducted by POS provider Toast—a whopping 95 percent of restaurant owners and operators believe technology improves their efficiency and
Ask any franchise operator what her ultimate goal is, and many will say, “To achieve national—no, international—recognition.
Like most businesses, many restaurant brands launch with the goal of expanding their influence and footprint, whether by capturing the market in a certain region or becoming a behemoth with a globa
In an increasingly conscious market, sustainability and traceability have become more important than ever—and seafood is no exception.
Let us set the table—er, scene—for you: At dinnertime, a family gathers around the table, sharing tales from their day while digging into a home-cooked meal.
It all started in 1849, when the California Gold Rush was in full swing and the first Chinese restaurant in America opened its doors in San Francisco.
Some say the American dream is dead. Apparently they haven’t met The Halal Guys.