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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

High tech + high touch = mini-kitchens displayed at NAFEM

Foodservice manufacturers introduced an array of new equipment at last week’s NAFEM Show in Anaheim, much of it boasting digital controls and “smart” operating systems.


A fast-casual darling stops taking cash in some stores

Customers at Sweetgreen test stores can only use an app or a credit card.

Customers rated these five limited-service brands as being the best in integrating tech.

The fast casual aims to roll out the feature nationwide by the end of the year.

Managing Editor Sara Rush takes a look at the intersection of off-premise and tech.

Wolfgang Puck wants to be America’s go-to-chef, and his new iPhone/iPad app. launched mid-April, may just help him realize his dream.

Beginning in mid-January, McDonald's carryout bags and fountain beverage cups are featuring a new packaging design with quick-response (QR) matrix barcodes.

In today’s ordering process, tablets, Bluetooth printers, apps and other advances spell efficiency.

Attendees learned how technology is changing the restaurant business in ways both subtle and profound.

The trouble with third-party delivery services is the impact it can have on brands. Any issue with product quality, consumers look to the restaurant.

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