Burger King Ending 15-Cent Nugget Deal as Supplies Wane

The chain says the promotion will end prematurely because of the dwindling supplies.

While Americans Plan to Keep Eating Out, Average Spending Per Meal Could Fall by 20%

LAS VEGAS (Nov. 9, 2009)—Although economists may be reporting an end to the recession, the news has not reached restaurant customers, according to a new...

Every year at this time, pundits offer their best guess at what’s in store for the restaurant industry in the coming 12 months.

From liquor-laced pastries to sake sorbets, restaurants are packing in an extra punch at the end of the meal by making desserts a little tipsy.

When it comes to wine lists, bigger is not always better.

(May 25, 2010)—Foodservice is helping its restaurant customers combine fresh seasonal produce with the latest trends in healthy eating through its...

’Tis the time of year when industry analysts and experts come out to predict which trends will gain traction in the months ahead. Being first in identifying those that’ll resonate with consumers just might put operators ahead of the competition.

CHICAGO (August 9, 2010)—Waitstaff suggestions can encourage diners to try new beverages, finds a new report from foodservice consultant Technomic. Nearly...

Operators are finding ways to balance rising pork costs with the growing demand for the protein.

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.

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