The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Ford is turning McDonald’s coffee into car parts

The burger chain and the automaker announced a unique partnership that uses chaff from coffee beans to make housing for headlamps.


Nekter Juice Bar and Portillo’s test car-based ordering

The trial, available only to select BMW owners, lets drivers order by pushing a button, before being given driving directions to pick up their food.

From voice ordering to an online game-enabled extension, here are the latest ways restaurants are making it easier for consumers to buy food.

The Boston restaurant founded by MIT grads received a $21 million investment last year.

The self-service terminals will allow users to purchase and reload game-play cards.

Delivery and speed are the top components of efficiency in this marketplace. Because of this restaurants such as the have a leg up when it comes to delivery.

Data protection is paramount to upholding a restaurant’s most important assets. How much do they know about the products/services their security vendor provides?

Certain third parties that provide online delivery platforms are giving chains the option to offer consumers the chance to order directly through their app.

Guests can now order from their phone at a table inside participating restaurants.

The company brings in another provider as multicompany delivery strategies catch on.

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