Subway is bringing back its Honey Oat Bread

The fast-food sandwich giant is reintroducing the bread after a four-year absence as part of yet another refresh of its menu, including a new spicy sauce and Baja Chipotle potato chips.


Red Lobster is struggling to pay its bills, vendors say

Credit data confirms the seafood chain has a large number of overdue balances as it reportedly considers a bankruptcy filing.

Participants are donating $1 to the humanitarian organization for every drink they sell. World Central Kitchen lost seven aid workers in Gaza earlier this month.

Kiosks’ benefits aren’t on the labor line, casual dining does some soul searching and you can’t eat ice cream while on the phone are among the lessons from the three-day event.

Letters from three Democrats including Elizabeth Warren accused the delivery apps of price-gouging and asked for more information about how the fees are used.

Donald Finley, owner-operator of the now-closed Jekyll & Hyde eatertainment concept in New York City, has already repaid the funds he received from the Paycheck Protection Program and another government program.

The Seattle-based coffee shop chain, which now gets most of its beverage sales from cold coffee, is introducing new, more sustainable cups that cut plastic by up to 20%.

Marketing Bites: As recreational marijuana is legalized in more states and consumers relax their attitudes around the drug, restaurants large and small are having some fun on 4-20, widely considered a national day of pot celebration.

Fat Brands just announced a 40-year deal that will place its flagship burger brand into 40 Round Table Pizza locations. Here’s why the company is so big on the idea.

Inflation and increased competition mean that menus have to work harder to build traffic and sales, concluded speakers at the Restaurant Leadership Conference. Here’s how to make that happen.

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