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Remembering the great product bombs of the past

Restaurant Rewind: With Starbucks promising yet another breakthrough menu introduction, the time is right to see how past promised game-changers actually fared.


Arby's launches new King's Hawaiian Sweet Heat Sandwiches

The sandwiches come in two varieties—chicken and beef ‘n brisket—highlighting the fast-food chain's focus on meat.

The commitment comes as cultivated chicken clears a regulatory hurdle for U.S. consumption.

TravelCenters of America named Maira Isabel Morales corporate executive chef for its more than 150 full-service restaurants.

As restaurants continue to face labor shortages, cook-and-serve foods make it easier on back-of-house staff to deliver on great taste and quality menu options.

The metaverse, pumpkin spice and product shortages are a few of the items on our naughty list this year.

Offering top-selling, craveable options is a must to stay competitive, but with labor crunches, restaurants are looking to ingredient solutions to reduce back-of-house stress.

Dairy-free choices, such as cream cheese, offer new opportunities.

From stretchy mozzarella on a pizza to a sharp slice of cheddar on a flame-grilled burger, cheese is the ingredient that makes the dish.

After casting doubt on the future of the popular promotion, the chain is reviving it as sales and traffic slow.

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