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Jack in the Box

Bad time to be a mascot

Think your job is less than secure? Try being a fast-food mascot.Ronald McDonald Threat: A group of healthcare professionals—including the American Academy...

How to build a do-it-yourself resource for franchisees

Restaurant franchisors know the internet can be an effective local-store marketing tool. But how do they extend the capabilities to franchisees without surrendering a dangerous degree of control?

Dr. Zink will discuss the current outbreak of foodborne disease and recalls on Wednesday, Apr. 29, at 9:45 am. He replaces David Nabarro from the United...

If there’s one person who really wants you to succeed, it’s your DSR. With the average rep visiting 15 to 20 operations each week, they see and hear it all in your marketplace. We asked DSR's what advice they’re offering customers facing soaring food costs and declining customer counts.

Is your broadliner going the extra mile for you—like these guys do?

What’s your distributor done for you lately? If nothing comes to mind besides dropping off cases of product and supplies at the back door, then maybe it’s time to start asking some questions. Or even consider looking for another distributor.

What’s your distributor done for you lately? If nothing comes to mind besides dropping off cases at the back door, maybe it’s time to start asking some questions.

Although the seafood supply has held steady, the industry is struggling to keep up with demand—especially if that supply is mismanaged.

United States glass manufacturers alone will ship over 2 billion wine bottles this year, according to the Glass Packaging Institute. And that’s nothing; Italy and France each produce about double the amount of wine that American wineries do.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Jack In the Box for allegedly refusing to hire a deaf applicant, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.

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