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They said what?: When restaurant execs go rogue

John Schnatter is the latest in a long string of restaurant founders and executives to say something their brands deeply regretted. Here’s a look at some of the better-known instances from the past.

Strawberries, one of the first signs of spring, continue to peak in supply and sweetness through the summer. These restaurants are making the most of the seasonal bounty.

These eight operators are betting on convenience, tempting busy home cooks with prepared turkeys, sides and desserts to go.

While some of the legacy brands (such as IHOP and Bob Evans) saw declines, Technomic Chief Insights Officer Darren Tristano expects breakfast-and-lunch concepts to keep growing.

Consumers reveal which limited-time offers they are most likely to order based on the name and description.

More than half of the restaurant industry’s $491 billion in sales come from the Top 500 chains. And these giants grew at a modestly stronger rate, both in terms of sales and store counts, than the industry overall. Restaurant Business focused on the leading 250 performers to identify trends for our first-ever special report delivering lessons from Technomic’s annual Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report. This special package includes lessons for all operators from the largest chains by segment, menu category and more.

Chains ranking highest in their competitive set deliver more than just good food. They’re winning in all aspects of the dining experience, from service to convenience.

The family-style chain recently announced it will switch to cage-free eggs by 2025

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