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Restaurants ride a CPG wave

Post-pandemic consumers are embracing their favorite restaurant brands on retail shelves despite higher grocery inflation.

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Requiem for a robot: Operators lament loss of Sally the salad machine

DoorDash pulled the plug on the robots in August and removed them from the field. Operators say they’ve struggled to find a good replacement.

The just-opened store features a kitchen that produces up to 30 made-to-order lunch and breakfast items.

Tech Check: Kitchen United’s latest venture with Simon Property Group could turn malls into delivery hubs for more than just food.

The fast casual’s Loco Gifts and Gear shop sells shirts, totes, skateboards and more, all designed by Latino creators.

A dip that originated in the Middle East has gone mainstream on fast-casual and school-lunch menus. Now new variations are coming out of those roots.

Like every chain, the family dining specialist has been helped by eased capacity restrictions, widespread vaccinations and direct federal aid to consumers. . But it's also reaped the benefits of several unique factors

Operators are discovering that e-commerce can be a lucrative and permanent channel for selling food products and meal kits.

The grocery chain is tapping experienced chefs to create housemade, technique-driven dishes for its in-store HL Fresh program.

The new premium sandwich is already the best seller at Wawa's first drive-thru-equipped unit.

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