It’s true that different brands excel at different things, be it in the area of nutritional offerings, customer service, or speed.
It’s true, too, with drive-thru service; some brands perform better than the rest. And this year the QSR Drive-Thru Performance Study focuses on seven brands as a...
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If you haven’t seen the “Fast Food Folk Song,” it’s worth a look on YouTube.
Comedians Rhett and Link pull up to a Taco Bell drive thru, and when they’re asked what they’d like to eat, they launch into an elaborate folk song. Their song, which includes lines like “I’ll choose a chalupa, I’ll grab a...
Hala Moddelmog, president of Arby's, spoke to QSR about the launch of her company's new-look, healthier kids' menu, as well as its work with Share Our Strength's "No Kid Hungry" campaign.
Why is now the time for Arby’s to unveil a new kids’ menu?
We’ve been working on it for some time, as usual....
Arby’s announced in an exclusive interview with QSR that it is unveiling a new, healthier kids’ meal strategy and leveraging it to raise money to fight childhood hunger.
On Monday, the Atlanta-based company will debut two new kids’ meal entrees and replace fries with apple slices and strawberry...
United Kingdom–based sushi concept YO!Sushi is crossing the pond and bringing its conveyor-belt operation to the U.S. after a deal was signed to open at least 10 units on the East Coast.
The fast casual, which is known for its sushi-lined belt that snakes around the dining room, will debut at Union...
Most consumers can recall a celebrity-driven fast food marketing campaign, whether it’s Michael Jordan and Larry Bird shooting hoops for McDonald’s or Michael Phelps bringing gold to Subway.
But celebrity spokespeople extend beyond the mega-famous endorsing for the mega-chains.
Take Penn Station...
The creators of Dine America, an annual conference for foodservice executives, are proud to announce that David Davoudpour, chairman and CEO of Shoney’s, will join the exciting lineup of keynote speakers at the 2011 conference.
Davoudpour bought the struggling Shoney’s chain from Lone Star in 2007...
As consumers increasingly seek healthy, great-tasting food, it seems that more chefs and restaurant operators are looking to fruit as a perfect ingredient for menu items.
The health benefits are obvious. Most fruit is low in fat, sodium, and calories; full of vitamins and minerals; and has no...