This likely comes as no great revelation, but the restaurant industry remains in flux as the heart of winter and a contentious election fast approaches.
In July, according to a just-released study from The Manifest, 65 percent of people turned
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jack in the Box wasted no time on social media, creating the hashtag #StayInTheBox to keep up spirits while encouraging people to stay home.
As challenging as the past six, COVID-saddled months have been for restaurants, operators don’t expect a near-term reprieve.
Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte (and related fall products) hit stores August 25<
Sweetgreen unveiled a new online-only platform that presents customers with a curated set of menu options that satisfy a variety of demands.
There is some evidence COVID-19 spending has normalized, at least as much as things can in this extraordinary environment.
Convenience is not a pandemic-created trend. While it feels like another century, finding ways to deliver food to busy consumers was one of the top-tier movement pre-COVID-19.