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More than half of NYC residents would consider a restaurant subscription, study finds

The survey also found that 5% would check out that model if it'd help a favorite restaurant stay afloat.


Grubhub, Uber and Postmates accused of antitrust violations

A lawsuit says the platforms’ high commissions and pricing restrictions are stifling competition.

To counterbalance higher labor costs, many restaurants have started focusing on optimization opportunities within their organizations.

Companies such as McDonald’s and Starbucks are still losing customers, and inflation is one reason, says RB’s the Bottom Line.

The company is risking more traffic challenges with steep price increases, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

It’s hard to believe that a mere five years ago, menu developers, purchasing agents, food manufacturers and restaurant customers were in the grip of the low-carb craze.

Poultry is the number one protein buy for a majority of qsr and casual operators.

If your impression of a distributor chef leans more toward a salesman in a chef’s coat, you’ve not met Daryl Shular.

Dairy prices seem to be going up faster than cream rises to the top of a vat of milk. While relative bargains were available when cheese prices crashed in January 2009, there's been a surge upward since then. To ease the pain, some operators can cut down on the number of cheesy appetizers and entrees they serve, but concepts that focus on pizza, cheeseburgers, enchiladas and quesadillas simply can't do without it.

While not exactly rolling in dough, the pizza category is experiencing modest growth, according to a 2011 report from Mintel. Pizza is affordable, convenient and a canvas for variety—three favorable factors in today's challenging economy.

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