The transaction is valued at approximately $2.1 billion, including the assumption of Enodis’ net debt (approximately $207 million as of September 29, 2007).
The company will offer the drinks for free on May 1 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Southwest Chicken Caesar Salad will be brought back as a limited-time offering during April and May.
Existing Sam’s Club members and small business owners are invited to enter the contest.
Appraisals often are associated with annoyance—the mere thought of paying good money for someone to come into your restaurant and snoop around everything from the kitchen to your bookkeeping makes many operators cringe. But these valuations are a necessary part of doing business, particularly in the fast-food arena, where changes like the expiration of leases […]
CiCi’s now offers three Buffalo-style wing flavors.
The EPA and DOE honored ITW for its work in manufacturing energy-efficient products.
September 27, 2007, was a big day in Soweto, a township of more than a million people just outside the South African city of Johannesburg. Former president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela and other dignitaries gathered with a local choir and a crowd of thousands to mark a very special occasion. It was […]
Personal pizzas, flatbread sandwiches, and hash browns bring the company into two new dayparts.
Everpure System recognized by National Restaurant Association
Henny Penny Corporation was honored by the National Restaurant Association with a Kitchen Innovations™ (KI) 2008 Award for the Henny Penny SmartCombi™ with WaveClean™ technology.
Record-breaking number of equipment products to receive award and be showcased at the 2008 Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago
Much of the innovation found on the floor at the 2007 NAFEM Show is being driven by operator requests and input.
F’Real’s three-in-one blender saves time and space and is looking to cross over from the c-store industry.
Several innovative solutions introduced at the 2007 NRA show have the potential to boost your profits.
Tomorrow’s kitchen is on display at the 2007 National Restaurant Association Hotel-Motel Show at the McCormick Place.
There’s no doubt that consumers today are looking for healthier menu options, but on the other hand, fried items, like chicken nuggets and French fries, remain strong-selling staples at quick-service restaurants. Frymaster, a leading manufacturer of commercial foodservice equipment, is providing operators with a way to address this dichotomy by educating visitors to the North American Association of Food Manufacturers show about the tenets of “Fit Frying.”
New at the NRA show this year is a pavilion devoted to Kitchen Innovations, featuring the winners of the 2005 Kitchen Innovations Award, as judged by a panel of eight design, fabrication, and equipment experts.
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley joins the NRA as it recognizes the 19 recipients of the inaugural Kitchen Innovations Award and the opening of the new Kitchen Innovations Pavilion.