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As a chain goes through bankruptcy, it’s the CEO who is tasked with stabilizing and growing the brand.
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In an effort to encourage consumers to experiment with their menu, more quick serves have added a Choose Two menu option.
Marriott execs were tired of watching dining dollars walk out the front door, so they built their own fast casual.
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Most quick serves don’t understand that building loyalty takes more than handing out punch cards and promotions.
For this operator, there’s no doubt: Only one segment shows the most promise, and he’ll tell you why.
The hummus at the heart of the Nanoosh menu is made fresh without preservatives every day in house from organic chickpeas imported from Turkey.
By keeping staff responsible for cleanliness and sanitation, operators can avoid costly food safety mistakes.
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