B.GOOD, the industry pioneer in providing great tasting, locally sourced burgers, bowls, salads, smoothies and more, today announced the opening of three new stores in the Chicago metropolitan area
B.GOOD, the industry pioneer in providing great tasting, locally sourced burgers, bowls, salads and smoothies, hosted its first company outing at Hannah Farm on Long Island in Boston Harbor on Thur
B.GOOD, a mission-driven fast casual restaurant chain, and last-mile logistics platform DoorDash announced Wednesday a partnership to make delivery available across the East Coast.
New CEO Chris Fuqua is ready to 'build a better way to eat' with the growing fast casual.
B.GOOD announced that it has named Brent Feldman as the company’s new Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining B.GOOD, Feldman served as EVP, Group Account Director at Hill Holliday, overseeing
Toast, an all-in-one restaurant technology platform and one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the U.S., announced its partnership with B.GOOD, an international fast-casual restaurant c
B.GOOD, a fast casual restaurant with a locally sourced, wholesome menu, has signed a franchise development agreement to open 10 restaurants in the Houston, Texas, area, marking the brand’s first U
MonkeyMedia Software has signed an agreement with Boston-based b.good to implement MONKEY, a top cloud platform for takeout, delivery, and catering.
As consumers continue to clamor for wholesome food and restaurant transparency, operators are finding ways to redefine the farm-to-fork formula.
Menumavin announced its latest partnership with Boston-based b. good.
Olson Communications is proud to announce that the b.good family foundation in Portland, Maine, is the 2015 Chefs of Tomorrow recipient.
Customers say they want healthy, but think healthy is synonymous with tasteless. What is an operator to do?
Green City Growers, an urban farming company in Somerville, Massachusetts, launched a “Save the Kale” campaign to save the first kale crop for b.good.
Hyper-local sourcing brings food production in-house.
Childhood friends want to introduce the country to “real” burgers, fries, and shakes.