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The move is designed to beef up the fast-casual chain’s “food with integrity” supply chain.
From voice ordering to an online game-enabled extension, here are the latest ways restaurants are making it easier for consumers to buy food.
After sourcing beef that meets the chain’s guidelines, the fast casual is considering adding it to the permanent menu.
All employees will have access to mental healthcare, financial tools and more beginning next year.
The fast-casual chain’s recent challenges on video-sharing app TikTok have received millions of views.
Wingstop and Chipotle both proved that online orders can move the needle in the fast-food business, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
The chain is pivoting its real estate strategy to double down on its order-head Chipotlanes.
The fast-casual chain will cover tuition for eligible employees in select business and technology programs.
The new menu item is compliant with Whole30 and paleo diets.
The fast-casual chain admits no wrongdoing in the case, which ends three years of litigation.
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