The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Game-changing technology on display at the Show

Technology that drives efficiencies and capabilities is taking on an even bigger role, which is something these exhibits make clear.


A cut-resistant glove that staff will actually wear

Because cuts, lacerations and punctures account for the greatest number of back-of-house injury claims (a reported 22% in restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens), it’s important ...

When it comes to restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens, there’s one vital component of food handling that must be perfected: temperature. But operators already know that. Operat...

Consumers rate limited-service restaurants much higher than full-service ones when it comes to integrating technology into ordering, according to Technomic data.

A U.S. court has been asked to ratify a $2 million payment.

This integration can help operators streamline operations, remove error, save time and deliver savings to the bottom line. Here are five reasons why.

Parent Dine Brands plans to invest in capabilities ranging from better in-store Wi-Fi to geolocation systems that signal the arrival of a takeout customer.

Automating the back of house can help reduce time and labor.

There are several tried-and-true methods to address supplier product price discrepancies as a way to control food costs, but one approach is the most effective.

The Phoenix test, expected to be expanded to additional markets this spring, will allow customers and store managers to track drivers.

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