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Other Side of the Aisle
Supermarket and C-store chains pose more of a threat to the quick-service industry than ever before.
The Anti-Chain Chains
There are more differences between chain and independent restaurants than just unit count. And operators are trying to leverage them to have the best of both worlds.
Tim Hortons’ Must-Win Battle
Now that it’s merged with Burger King, the question is more important than ever: Can the Canadian favorite finally find true success south of the border?
Adventurous menus, operational know-how, and cultured brand positioning have these 10 international brands poised for success in the U.S. market.
A Bright Future
What kind of changes will QSR cover in the next 200 issues? Here’s where experts expect the industry to go.
Roll of the Dice
Limited-service brands gamble on casino locations.
A look at how quick-service brands can adapt signature menu items to the retail space.
Standout Store: Phil’s Sliders
This Berkeley, California, restaurant banks on the growing popularity of sliders.
How limited-service restaurant operations address the swings of a seasonal business.
Anatomy of a Marketing Campaign
A breakdown of what makes a successful campaign, as seen through the lens of four quick-service marketing efforts.
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