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Operations

Restaurateur Stephanie Izard teams up with online grocer Peapod

Izard created two branded meal kits to sell online, with more to come.

Financing

Blue Apron tries to rescue its stock listing

The meal kit company is doing a reverse stock split because its share price has been too low for too long, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Blue Apron’s struggles show that the meal kit business isn’t the major restaurant competitor some thought it would be, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The fast-casual chain has added a section where customers can pick up components for a meal assembled at home.

Also on this week’s episode of “A Deeper Dive,” RB revisits some times when executives got their brands into trouble.

The company will launch Mealtime Kits at 150 locations in Atlanta next month.

Big names in the restaurant business are exploring new avenues for growth. Here's the updated road map.

It’s the first time online grocer Peapod has joined forces with a restaurant brand for its prepackaged kits.

The packaged family meals are being tested in three cities.

Customer retention for delivery orders is easily besting meal kit services, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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