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The National Restaurant Association's Restaurant Performance Index (RPI) registered a modest decline in July.
The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens partnered with GetSchooled and Viacom to encourage teens to finish high school.
Dunkin' Donuts of Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania is partnering with Penn State Athletics for promotions.
Dairy Queen may have been hit with a data breach that could put customers at risk of credit card fraud.
Russian courts have upheld the temporary closure of McDonalds' three units in Moscow.
Meritage Hospitality Group has acquired 20 Wendy's units in Atlanta.
Arby's will add beef and turkey gyros to their menu on Sept. 1.
Chick-fil-A is testing six new breakfast options, including a chicken and waffle pairing.
Tyson Foods, Inc. has completed its merger with The Hillshire Brands Company.
The National Restaurant Association has released "ServSafe Food Handler Guide for Food Banking," its food-handling training guide for Feeding America's broad network of food bank employees, agency staff and volunteers.
As the most extensive research of the restaurant sector workforce in decades, “Who Works in the U.S. Restaurant Industry,” details the opinions of nearly 5,100 Americans who currently work or formerly worked in the industry, as well as those who own or operate restaurants.
Robert Paganes, CEO of Tubby's Sub Shops, and Executive Vice President Bill Kiryakoza become sole partners of the Michigan-based company.
El Pollo Loco announces an agreement with AA Pollo Inc. to develop 20 new units as the first step in a multi-year franchising initiative in the greater Southwest.
Considering that consumers regularly eat lunch away from home – a couple of days a week on average -- operators do well to try to snag a larger share of visits during this highly competitive daypart.
Wendy's will take its first step into India in 2015, according to The Economic Times.
KFC re-enters the market in Zimbabwe, opening a store in Harare.
McDonalds is building online "music experiences" into its online food-ordering app.
A new study by Mintel reveals that 27 percent of American diners prefer to order healthy meals with familiar ingredients.
U.S. consumers are eating traditional snack foods, particularly snacks with a perceived health benefit, in between and at meals, and this behavior will drive the growth of snack foods eaten at main meals over next five years, reports The NPD Group.
You won't find it on any Arby's menuboard, but the Meat Mountain is making waves in social media, according to Business Insider and other sources.
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