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Dozens of layoffs expected as Panera closes dough-making plant in Arizona

It will be the fast casual's second such facility to close this year.


Red light on a major traffic change spares NYC restaurants from more cost pressure

Government Watch: New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has indefinitely suspended congestion pricing, shielding the local industry from a crimp in its supply chain. The development was one of several breaks this week in the business' favor.

The broadline foodservice distributor said it still plans to open five new Chef’Store locations this year but that it will focus on its core business going forward.

The produce likely never made it to restaurants or supermarkets, according to the FDA, because supplies were halted at the distributor and wholesaler stages of the supply chain.

Biloxi's Mary Mahoney's pleaded guilty to selling more than 29 tons of imported junk fish as premium local species.

Authorities say the contamination has spread to the nation's largest egg producer and a 12th dairy herd, but the impact on prices has yet to be seen.

Working Lunch: The agency realized the mandate was too unwieldy and extensive.

This new concept coming to St. Louis will have two hydroponic vertical farms attached to the restaurant where fresh lettuces are harvested just feet away from diners.

This earnings season brought the addition of newly public food-and-games concept Pinstripes. Here in brief are how it and several other public companies fared during the latter part of 2023.

Reality Check: This year's mother of all industry forecasts is packed with tidbits that are likely to surprise. Here are five we found in the National Restaurant Association's State of the Restaurant Industry report.

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