Taco Bell brings back its Nacho Fries again

This Mexican fast-food chain’s seventh introduction of the product is being marketed with an “anime-inspired” campaign called “Fry Force.”


Add these 5 trends to the sandwich menu to help sales soar

Sometimes, the sandwich options restaurants are offering leave a little something to be desired; while many consumers are content to stick to the tried-and-true favorites, nearly half of consumers say they’d like to see a wider variety of sandwich options on the menu, according to Technomic’s Sandwich report.

Using versatile ingredients can help ensure margins are great, labor is efficient, staff aren’t overstressed and diners are happy.

The sandwich giant’s tuna is most certainly tuna. That hasn’t kept the issue from popping back up to hammer the brand, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

With more consumers looking for value offerings that still taste great, operators have the chance to expand their menus and create new choices that customers can choose from.

Cristal bread highlights the flavors of anything you serve it with, thanks to its delicate flavor.

Here are a few ways to leverage classic snacks and summer treats.

By learning all about these trends, as well as maintaining a deep understanding of consumer demands and habits, operators can be well-prepared for whatever comes next.

Here are three ingredients that offer versatility for operators—and three ways to use each ingredient in different menu items.

Check out these three dishes—each features a unique, versatile ingredient that can be used across the menu.

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