The 2016 Interactive Customer Experience Summit featured almost three days of education, networking and tours.
More than 140 franchise execs gathered last week in Dallas at the Franchising Restaurant & Innovation Summit.
About 60,000 foodservice providers and operators met this week in Chicago for NRA 2015.
The redesign focused on simplifying the ordering process; creating a tasting station to sample new flavors; and minimizing the ordering pressure.
To mark the brand's 80th anniversary, it has launched a modernized look.
More than 20 winners showcased energy-saving, time-saving equipment to help restaurant operators' bottom lines.
The new menu is part of an ongoing effort to provide more options for its "nutrition-minded" customers.
About 3,000 women met last week in Dallas for the Leadership Development Conference hosted by the Women's Foodservice Forum.
Taco Bell's breakfast menu will officially launch nationwide on March 27, supported by the brand's largest marketing campaign ever.
The New Year brought new news to QSR menus, from dessert innovations to healthier options.
Tech solutions provider Infusion is using this week to showcase its retail technology at Richtree Natural Market Restaurant in New York City.
White Castle celebrated the grand reopening of a Columbus, Ohio, area restaurant, which includes self-ordering kiosks for customers to place their orders.
While October is typically quiet for menu launches, this year's pipeline was full.
Jack in the Box has developed a new late-night menu available between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Taco John's added six new side dishes in addition to its signature Potato Olés.
Bruster's held a restaurant makeover contest as part of its brand revitalization plan, introduced in May.
KFCs fast casual spinoff, KFC eleven, is located in the brands hometown of Louisville, Ky. It is set to officially open on Aug.
Baskin-Robbins is introducing a new restaurant design that will be introduced throughout the next several months.
In April, Del Taco announced a brand re-launch that includes two new menu platforms, a new restaurant design, customer service initiatives and a revised marketing strategy.
Dunkin' Donuts recently unveiled a new store design, the brand's first in nearly seven years, that reflects the company's "evolution from a morning destination into a brand that serves people all day long."