The company hopes the new incentive programs will motivate current and prospective operators to open more locations.
Last month, the Austin, Texas–based company added two new executives to its leadership team.
Cofounder George Frangos discusses the brand's high-quality sourcing practices and how it manages to scale while maintaining its farm-to-table ethos.
Technology has made it easier than ever to collect, analyze, and use restaurant data efficiently.
What do today’s customers want from smoothies, slushes, and blended coffees? Turns out, very different things.
Philadelphia-based Fuel announced in the fall that it was putting CBD-infused smoothies on the menu.
Durham, North Carolina-based Eastcut Sandwich Bar is betting on its creative bar program to stand out.
A wide range of flavors is top priority for these brands that are keeping guests interested with out-there, yet craveable, frozen beverages.
The classic wing chain is just getting started.
Offering frozen beverages for over 20 years, Dunkin’ has learned a lot about what its customers desire from the brand’s blended beverages.
During the attacks hackers were able to access debit and credit card information.
They’re still being bought because they’re still very effective marketing tools.
In its ongoing efforts to build a stronger brand identity, Papa John's joins the likes of Starbucks and Taco Bell in offering tuition assistance to employees.
Far from a harbinger of doom, suspending a franchise program can set a brand up for future success.
Smoothie King takes its purposeful products to the next level with cleaner, better-for-you ingredients.
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Same-store sales and revenue increased for the classic chain during the last quarter.
As delivery becomes an industry requirement, restaurants are looking at other ways to win takeout.
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Innovation is touching almost all aspects of the brand from store operations and delivery to app development.
With comp sales on the rise for chain restaurants, finding qualified workers becomes more important than ever.
YUM!'s thriving chain has turned in seven straight years of growth.
The company closed eight stores in the second quarter.
The company vows to keep all delivery platforms in-house.
Digital, drive thru, and marketing suggest one of the best runs in recent memory is coming.
The final Boston store is shuttering on February 15.
The Super Bowl spot has generated plenty of buzz.
The fast casual's 'chief troublemaker' is out to create the biggest and baddest Indian food brand.
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