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Cousins Subs and its Make It Better Foundation will offer $20,000 in scholarships to Wisconsin high school senior athletes as part of its fourth annual Wisconsin Sports Awards Scholarship Contest.
Del Taco Restaurants Inc has launched its Beer Battered Shrimp available for a limited time during the Lenten season.
Restaurant market intelligence firm Sandelman has announced the winners of the 2015 Quick-Track Awards of Excellence.
Arby's has reached a new development agreement with franchisee Turbo Restaurants LLC.
Dunkin' Donuts has announced a multi-year agreement with USA Hockey that includes designation as the Official Coffee Shop of the U.S. Women's National Team.
White Castle announced its Shrimp Nibblers have returned with a new Sriracha flavor and are available for a limited time beginning Sunday.
Captain D's celebrated the grand opening of its newest restaurant in Lexington, South Carolina.
Sonic Drive-In has announced a partnership with Keurig Green Mountain.
Carl's Jr. has arrived in Australia.
Dunkin' Brands Group Inc, the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, said comparable same-store sales declined 0.8 percent for Q4.
Yum! Brands Inc has appointed Justin Skala to its board of directors.
Subway is offering its Classic Footlong sub sandwiches for $6 at participating locations.
Turnstyle is collaborating with Subway restaurants across all of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Northern Ontario, Canada.
Dunkin' Donuts has signed a multi-unit agreement with existing franchise group Panama City Donuts LLC to develop five new restaurants in New Orleans.
Food industry researcher Datassential has released its MenuTrends Keynote report on menu and consumer preferences for beer, wine, spirits and cocktails.
Baskin-Robbins announced the signing of store-development agreements with two franchise groups to develop three new ice cream shops in Banning and Temecula, California.
Arby's achieved U.S. same-store sales growth of 8.1 percent in 2015 — more than three times the growth rate of a sample of the larger quick service restaurant chains.
Sonic Corp announced it will serve 100-percent cage-free egg products in its restaurants by 2025.
Doc Popcorn completed 2015, with profitable retail and franchise sales and a number of agreements to open new locations domestically and abroad in 2016. Their growth pushed the brand past the 100 unit mark in 2015.
Several of the restaurant industry’s heaviest hitters will share tips and best business practices at this year’s Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit, slated for March 29-31 in Dallas.