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Consumer Trends

Food trucks go into overdrive around the globe

Restaurant chains in other parts of the world are taking their food on the road.

Operations

Beef ‘O’Brady’s creates new branding and packaging for its to-go business

“Beef's on Demand” launches to feed the growing desire for takeout and delivery.

The beer subscription will be expanded to all of California, while management gauges the feasibility of a secondary brand called Slow Roast.

After a year when in-car eating soared across all restaurant segments, automakers are taking mobile settings to new heights. Literally.

The new line includes six items in popular, portable formats that fit the to-go trend.

It's also held onto 90% of to-go sales at locations that have re-opened dining rooms.

Operators across segments are planning smaller locations optimized for off-premise as consumer habits change rapidly.

Sales for the Bloomin’ brand have climbed to within 13.6% of 2019 levels.

Operators' assessments of the returning business are mixed.

The new format, featuring a limited menu and sparse seating, will make its debut this week.

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