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Feeling The Burn?

Then fight it. Tactics for beating burnout in yourself and your staff.Restaurants have long been notorious for the chew ’em up and spit ’em out impact on...

High Plains Farm Tour joins restaurant industry, Lubbock area growers

LUBBOCK, TX (August 31, 2010)—The High Plains Farm Tour, sponsored by the Texas Department of Agriculture, was the first of what growers and restaurant...

Catering continues to be big business for restaurants; as a group, they capture almost five times the revenue of retailers for off-site events—$19.3 billion annually versus $4.0 billion, reports Technomic’s recent Parties Off Premise study.

Managing Editor Sara Rush takes a look at the intersection of off-premise and tech.

CHICAGO - Three officers were elected to the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) board of trustees for the 2004-05 term at its...

Foodservice suppliers provide a look at products designed to make an operator’s job easier.

Under the new multiyear pact, Pepsi replaces Coca-Cola, Delaware North's beverage supplier for the past 94 years. The agreement makes Delaware North one of...

As the nation begins to emerge from recession, restaurants are seeing lapsed customers return. Same-store sales are inching up, signaling the industry’s initial rebound to health; hiring is also up, signaling positive expectations for 2011.

Catering offers a big opportunity for fast-casual and quick-service restaurants, but the effort to exploit it is often an afterthought.

The anti-smoking crusade has come a long way, baby. Despite howls of protest from restaurant and nightclub owners, the smoking ban has gained considerable momentum since California unveiled its historic smoke-out in 1998.

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