What can the foodservice world expect from a Trump administration when it comes to policy? We’re about to find out.
A diminished interest in sweetness is changing how operators craft their beverage menus.
Millennials are forcing chains to look at opportunities in new dayparts.
Health-conscious consumers are discovering ancient grains, which offer nutritional benefits as well as inventive menu applications.
While opening fast casuals is increasingly attractive to chefs, at least one has found that counter service isn’t always an easy sell.
Teen patronage at limited-service restaurants has plateaued, but operators can still attract this consumer base—with a little effort.
For operators, mobile is the opportunity now, but what lies ahead?
The 50-plus demographic is a powerful group whose choices can have a big impact on a brand’s bottom line.
Amid consumer skepticism, limited-service restaurants can attract higher-income diners with non-GMO options.
Brands turn to new better-for-you buzzwords to differentiate themselves in a quickly growing category.
Starbucks has a response to reports that its brand is faltering: It’s simply not true.
The fast-casual industry is due for some disruption.
In a study examining dining experiences of millennial consumers (18 to 34 year olds), Y-Pulse was able to dig deep into what drives the same consumer ...
After a decade-long increase, Valentine’s Day spending is expected to finally see a market correction this year, according to the annual survey releas...
Getting customers who visit restaurants less to visit more may be overstating the obvious in terms of boosting sluggish U.S.
With every New Year comes new resolutions.
Panera Bread, Culver’s, and In-N-Out are among the brands that a majority of customers would recommend to friends and family, according to a study by ...
Mintel, a leading market intelligence agency, announced the four key trends set to transform the U.S.