Consumers are demanding more convenience, yet only a small percentage of brands have expanded beyond four walls.
Kevin Miles has 25 years of industry experience.
After starting 2019 with a down quarter, the taco chain saw a turnaround over Q2 and believes it’s back on the right path.
The deal, which was supposed to close during Q3 2019, has been terminated.
The taco chain is hoping to reduce antibiotics by 25 percent over the next six years.
There's a good reason the brand spent $300 million on its first major acquisition in 20 years.
Stacy Brown spiced up the quintessential chicken salad while honoring the women who inspired her along the way.
Restaurants are choosing a range of tactics to capture vegan, vegetarian, and omnivore diners.
The java chain is starting to cash in on long-term efforts.
How some brands are leveraging plant-based protein on menus.
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Mark King and Artie Starrs will lead the YUM! chains.
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How can quick-serve restaurants ease the technology learning curve when their staff is coming and going like a revolving door?
The deal is JFC's biggest purchase yet.
Another sparkling quarter has the fast casual thinking even bigger.
In building menu items for vegan and vegetarian customers, B.GOOD discovered just how many of its meat-eating guests choose a flexitarian diet.
The Uber Eats service is expected to be nationwide by early 2020.
The chicken chain is the last of RBI's brands to enter the massive market.
Now known as Brightloom, the company plans to create an end-to-end digital customer experience platform.
During her time at McDonald's, Silvia Lagnado spearheaded initiatives that transformed the brand.
Here are some of the top tricks of the business—and they don't need to break the bank.
Brands can find a foothold in the U.S. with the right domestic partners.
The chain's first summer-focused campaign isn't short on creativity.
The Toronto-based investment fund bought the regional chain for $234 million in 2015.
The nearly 200-unit brand is riding a sales streak as it celebrates the milestone.
By welcoming a new mover to the neighborhood, a big-name brand is suddenly no longer something corporate and impersonal
The international dessert concept with 32 stateside locations is ready to surge.
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For consumers in metropolitan areas, convenience is king.