Industry News

Steak-Out Char-Broiled Delivery is the latest quick-serve to roll out mini burgers also known as sliders.
Dunkin' Donuts wants to relieve consumer pressure by dropping prices 15 percent.
The move into New York City means aggressive growth and new menu items for the quick-serve.
New research shows that organic food sales grew more than 15 percent in 2008.
Burger King is partnering with Paramount to promote three major motion pictures this summer.
As it turns out, the Borgers really, really love burgers.
“This is a generation that wants to be able to pick what they want and expect to do it with automatic equipment,” says Y-Pulse, the company that conducted the survey.
More than half of the store's flavors have ingredients pollinated by honey bees, and all of them are eligible for the giveaway May 12.
The restaurant will mark the event with one of its Meet Me at Mimi's celebrations.
Kansas City metro area restaurants are adding the classic Spaghetti & Meatballs to the menu.
Pork and livestock organizations were successful in changing the name to 'the H1N1 flu' but are still trying to educate the media.
The northwest burger chain is testing alcoholic beverages at its Salmon Creek restaurant.
The five winning projects saved millions of tons of waste in 2008 and 2009.
Others on the list include Barilla America and The Hershey Company.
The restaurant's "I HEART Mom" online essay contest will give five lucky mothers $100 IHOP gift cards.
TUUCI was honored by the South Florida Manufacturers Association for its commitment to the community.