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Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Yum or yuck? Rating Starbucks new olive oil-infused coffee

Two RB editors sampled the coffee chain's Oleato line of beverages to see whether the combination works. Here’s what they think.


Starbucks brings its olive oil-infused coffee to a skeptical U.S. market

The Seattle-based coffee giant is debuting its Oleato line in select Starbucks Reserve Roasteries on Thursday and then additional locations in Seattle and Los Angeles on Monday. Consumers remain skeptical.

Consumers are interested in beverages that not only taste great but offer additional benefits. Learn more about low-labor options perfect for foodservice.

As more consumers show interest in non-alcohol beverages, operators are wise to offer an array of unique, upscale offerings.

Gov. Murphy said he'll work with stakeholders to reduce the price and availability of the permits, which can cost upwards of $1 million.

Technomic’s survey ranks the concepts that serve coffee drinkers’ favorite brews. Surprise—not all specialize in coffee.

The annual promotion, organized by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, is taking place this week at over 50 locations throughout Metro D.C. Cocktail and bite pairings are a popular feature.

Spanning three floors, the newest Reserve location offers a full-service restaurant, craft cocktail bar, private dining rooms, an experience lounge and a host of unique interactive workshops.

More consumers want to abstain from alcohol at least some of the time, and operators are answering the call with booze-free cocktail selections that are just as buzz-worthy.

The restaurant industry is facing unprecedented challenges regarding labor. Worker shortages, combined with the rising cost of wages, have made it difficult for many operators to find the staff they n...

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