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Aside from QSRs, the robotics company views ghost kitchens as a big area of opportunity.
Also under the new ordinance, third-party services will need restaurants’ consent to be featured on their marketplaces.
Restaurants will get temporary free access to the ordering platform. It is the second such partnership to be announced in as many weeks.
The fast-growing social media app has helped drive engagement—and sales—from Gen Z consumers. So why aren't more restaurants using it?
The latest automation includes a tray on wheels and a “robotic dark kitchen.”
The chain plans to launch its “Taco Gifter” app on Monday and will give away a free taco to the first 10,000 users.
Serve is designed to streamline the experience for guests, and is widely available for the first time.
Zuul Market will allow employees and tenants to order from multiple restaurants for scheduled daily drops.
Rapha Abreu, global head of design for Burger King owner Restaurant Brands International, joins the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” to discuss the connection of technology and design.
Inspire Brands will introduce the platform in thousands of restaurants, starting with more than 1,000 Arby’s.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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