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How a Chinese hog epidemic could raise restaurant costs next year

African Swine Fever has decimated the pork supply in China. That could raise U.S. protein prices next year.

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Red Robin closes stores as traffic continues to slide

The casual chain’s comps slipped 3.3% on a 5.5% drop in transactions in Q1.

Is it generating a net gain in transactions for the restaurant industry? Maybe not. But the chains doing it are seeing their sales, profits and transactions rise.

Because cuts, lacerations and punctures account for the greatest number of back-of-house injury claims (a reported 22% in restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens), it’s important ...

When it comes to restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens, there’s one vital component of food handling that must be perfected: temperature. But operators already know that. Operat...

The company said same-store sales increased 7.7% as all-you-can-play packages boosted sales.

The regional chain posted a 5.9% drop in Q2 comps.

But chicken wing prices rose 10% amid high demand and supply issues.

The regional chain intends to raise familiarity through a combination of nontraditional and tried-and-true marketing efforts.

The sandwich chain said weather and a delayed menu revamp hurt sales, sending the stock down nearly 20%.