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Plastic straw restrictions re-emerge in NYC

A new law set to take effect Nov. 1 will limit when customers can use a non-biodegradable version and requires restaurants to steer them to more environmentally friendly options.

Financing

Consumers are back to spending more at restaurants than at grocers

The industry made a complete recovery from the pandemic, according to the latest retail sales data, but some of it is coming from prices, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Vaccinated employees and guests no longer need to cover their faces, but how can an operator determine if they have been?

A proposed change in the playoff process would afford restaurants considerably more promotional opportunities this winter.

Editors’ Roundtable: Delivery-only concepts are appearing faster than we can write about them. RB’s editors discuss whether this concept is here to stay.

Founder Fred DeLuca didn't do enough to ensure his successor had the authority necessary to make changes the brand needed, says RB's The Bottom Line.

The social media-like platform has been a hit with college students, and now it’s planning to follow them into the “real world.”

After a year of bankruptcies and bad news, food-and-games brands are welcoming families back with promotions, new menu offerings and more. But they still have a way to go to get back to pre-pandemic sales.

The sandwich giant has quietly bought out a third of its development agents, a major shift in strategy that is changing how it does business, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

This week's curveball from Taco John's is the latest off-beat attention-grabber to prompt some head shaking.

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