The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Tech roundup: Subway launches new catering platform, suppliers add tools

Bells and whistles abound this week as Subway and others look to expand their reach with new ordering channels.


How automation is shaking up the kitchen

As more robots hit the market, restaurants that use them are touting staffing efficiencies and a better product.

The once-crowded space has shrunk to three major providers that will feel pressure to keep growing post-pandemic.

Did COVID-19 really transform the restaurant industry—or did it just hasten an evolution that was already inevitable?

Seth Priebatsch says the pandemic has permanently elevated demand, even if delivery is expected to moderate as things return to normal.

The co-branded kiosk opened Wednesday inside a California Walmart.

The sandwich chain, once critical of third-party delivery, will bring the service to 2,400 locations.

The effort, which features weekly cooking demos and live cook-alongs, is designed to help pay the salaries of some of the chef-restaurateur's employees during the pandemic.

Other technology developments include a new IPO entrant and news on Corner Bakery and DoorDash.

As it sets out to woo large investors, the company said it would use proceeds to fund operations and potentially make acquisitions.

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