Independent eateries play to their strengths with service, unique concepts.
Emerging technologies such as facial recognition and robotics can help streamline operations and enhance the guest experience, panelists said during a session at The National Restaurant Association Show.
Big names in food retail and CPG made headlines this week with news on strategies for growth taking center stage.
A new platform from restaurant nutrition company Healthy Dining aims to help restaurant brands offer personalized nutrition information that lets customers select their meal based on dietary goals and restrictions.
Cottage cheese can pack even more protein per serving than yogurt, and individually packaged options in a variety of flavors give consumers a way to mix up their routine.
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As consumers change the way they eat and engage with food, there is an upside to leveraging premium benefits of specialty foods and beverages as pathways to increase household penetration.
New Jersey markets its bounty of produce under the Jersey Fresh brand.
This week, readers were drawn in by news that Hershey is eliminating certain products from its portfolio, plus other CPG and grocery news.
Takeout and delivery orders are on the rise, but many diners neglect to add dessert. Restaurants can entice diners to add a sweet end to their meal with bundles and proper packaging.
Grocers and online retailers are turning to technology to keep customers coming back and to help the bottom line.
News of Procter & Gamble's latest acquisition struck a chord with readers this week, as did the results of a consumer restaurant survey.
Consumers are looking to reduce sugar in their diets and stevia offers a natural alternative that could help boost beverage sales.
The rising popularity of Latin American cuisine in the US is raising the profile of Latin ingredients, and making them easier for chefs and consumers to obtain.