March 2014

    Yogurt provides operators with versatility in multiple dayparts.
    Mississippi-based fast casual enhances its menu and service experience

    Just after stumbling out of bed each morning, the first thing I do is scan the local and national news stories posted on a half-dozen different websites.

    Recent spate of quick-serve IPOs a sign of good things to come?

    Fine Print

    To encourage mindful eating habits among consumers, a few small chains adopted a new way to display nutrition information on receipts.

    When Disaster Strikes

    Marketing departments spend months planning major promotional events, but when a natural disaster strikes, taking action is all that matters.

    What Women Want

    Meet Jane. At 38-and-a-half years old, Jane is a married mother of two and the breadwinner in her family.

    Start to Finish: Paul Damico

    My dad managed a large catering operation out in eastern Long Island, New York, and I started working for him I think when I was in the eighth grade.

    The Big Reveal

    After spending more than 12 years in the healthcare industry in Massapequa, New York, Laura Maier noticed a problem with her town: There was no Dairy Queen.

    Standout Store: Kosofresh

    While toiling as a management consultant, John-Paul Lee hungered for a new profession that would bring energy and purpose to his life.

    A New Face for Quick Service

    In today’s ultra-competitive market—a market where hundreds of millions of Americans hold an estimated buying power of more than $12 trillion—companies can’t afford to miss out on any slice of the