Six news-makers that helped define the year in limited-service restaurants.
In recent years restaurant operators have adapted their social media strategy as the benefits of platforms like Twitter and Facebook become more apparent.
Waffles find a place on the menu beyond breakfast.
Taco Bell extended its long-standing promise to delivering quality food at great value by announcing that 100 percent of its more than 6,000 U.S.
Brands turn their attention to “clean” ingredients as consumer demand for better quality, health ramps up.
Technology and data company Engagement Labs, creator of eValue Analytics, released its ‘Total Social’ data rankings on the top U.S.
Brand is opening urban units in San Francisco and Chicago, targeting younger customers.
Although bee populations in the U.S. have faced unprecedented threats in recent years, honey production is up as more consumers and operators demand it.
Starting this Thursday, August 6, Taco Bell is challenging everyone to take on its spiciest flavors with the new $1 DareDevil Loaded Grillers.
Coalition aims to improve employment opportunities for disadvantaged youth.
Delivery services are springing up around the country, giving operators a new sales channel—if it’s right for their brand.
Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Panera latest to remove artificial ingredients.
It wasn’t all that long ago that only a small number of restaurant owners and chefs considered sustainability an essential aspect of their businesses.How times have changed.
Delivery is hotter than ever in quick service.
Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell parent makes progress on its CSR goals.
Brands invest in complex metrics to establish the real value of their social media channels.
New Biscuit Taco part of ongoing innovation efforts at Yum! Brand.
Included in Pizza Hut’s recent brand reboot was a Skinny Slice pizza, which uses a thinner crust.
The top players from a busy year in quick-service news.
Taco Bell Corp., a subsidiary of Yum!
The stories that made this year one of the most eventful in industry history.
A look at how quick-service brands can adapt signature menu items to the retail space.
Industry analysts and operators weigh in on the progress of the healthy-dining movement—and what’s left to be done.
In true disrupt-and-innovate fashion, Taco Bell rolled out its first mobile ordering and payment app after a social media blackout.
Today, Taco Bell became the first quick serve to launch its mobile ordering and payment app at participating restaurants nationwide for both drive-thru and dining-room orders.
Demographic changes bolster snacking throughout the day.
A breakdown of what makes a successful campaign, as seen through the lens of four quick-service marketing efforts.
How does your brand stack up against the drive-thru competition?
Taco Bell Foundation for Teens and its partner, Get Schooled, together with celebrity ambassador and YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley, kick off their first-ever Graduate for Más Teen Scholar contest