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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology

Restaurants ask Congress for relief on swipe fees

A sharp increase in the fees has merchants pushing for fundamental changes in the credit card industry.


What US Foods' big changes could mean for customers

A disgruntled investor forced out the CEO and claimed several board seats. It's vowed to improve customer service.

A third area of inflationary pressure for many restaurateurs are the fees charged for processing guests' credit-card payments. Here's why those costs are rising now, and what merchants are doing to slow the climb.

Restaurants are embracing technology to navigate a new industry landscape characterized by a tight labor market and elevated consumer expectations around safety and cleanliness. Beyond point-of-sale i...

A plant shutdown due to Avian Flu has led to limits on turkey, leading some to buy it on their own. Ham and roast beef are limited, too, and costs have run higher than expected.

The burrito chain said supply chain issues and rising freight costs are making it too expensive to source from overseas, and that it might invest in a domestic packaging operation.

As restaurants across the country work hard to bounce back from the last two years of shuttered dining rooms, capacity limits and relying on takeout and delivery business, operators are looking at a v...

The deal is part of an expanded partnership with Maxim’s Caterers, a licensee who already operates 24 of the burger-and-shake locations in greater China.

Working Lunch: The podcast includes a discussion on potential help for the industry from Congress and the Administration and growing unionization efforts. Jack in the Box could be pulled into the fray.

With forecasts calling for a hotter-than-normal summer, many state and federal agencies are looking for better ways of protecting kitchen workers and other employees exposed to high temperatures.

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