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See the top food and menu trends that helped restaurants survive 2020 and which are keepers for 2021.
The Association surveyed operators and consumers to pinpoint current culinary and dining trends.
The Mexican fast-food chain says potatoes will come back in March after being removed in August.
The health-focused fast casual is adding a Crispy Chicken Salad featuring blackened chicken and crispy rice.
The burger chain, a sister company of Popeyes, is planning to roll out its version in the coming months.
How the fast casual differentiates its version of this low-carb menu star.
Taste Tracker: Keto-friendly Italian at Fazoli’s, triple chocolate ice cream from Baskin-Robbins and Dickey’s adds heat to the meat.
In terms of continued relevance, the fried chicken sandwich is hard to beat.
In developing its new sandwich, the R&D team drew inspiration from several culinary trips to Seoul.
The kits, currently available via Grubhub, don’t require a subscription and are packaged to order at each restaurant.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
New restaurants and soon-to-open concepts worth monitoring
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