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Tag: "food businesses"

[ 0 ] Apr. 25, 2014

Local Foods Booming And Expanding

Local Foods are expanding their business. Locally sourced ingredients have become synonymous with Chicago restaurants, and the folks at Local Foods are optimizing this movement by announcing a large multi-use facility in Bucktown. Set to open in fall 2014 at 1455 W. Willow, Local Foods will devote a substantial portion of the sprawling 27,000 square […]

[ 2 ] Jan. 7, 2014

30 Food Businesses To Start Now

30 Delicious Ways You Can Become A Million-Dollar Food Entrepreneur!

[ 0 ] Oct. 9, 2013

WWF To Host Panel at Atlanta Foodservice Expo

Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) will host an industry panel entitled “Lessons Learned Along the Road to Success” at the Atlanta Foodservice Expo. The panel will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center from 2 to 3 p.m. on October 21. WFF’s panel of inspirational women leaders will feature Nancy Caldarola, PhD, RD, a consultant […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Smooth, Speed & Accuracy Are Keys To Building Drive-Thru Sales

The best drive thru restaurants run like machines. Simple goals are met over and over: Orders go out quickly, the food is delivered fresh, and the right orders get to the right cars. But in the drive thru, pressure can run high and the smallest mistakes can prove catastrophic, backing up lines and spelling disaster […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 30, 2012

Biz Seeks To Capitalize On ‘Happy Days’

The Great Recession has left its mark on America in the form of stubbornly high unemployment and a long foreclosure pipeline. Harkening to a 1950s-1960s period when unemployment was below 3% and homemortgage rates equally low could be refreshing for consumers, or in a word, instill in today’s diner the word most commonly associated with […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 19, 2012

Interactive Screens In Restaurants

A growing number of restaurants including  Chili’s Grill & Bar,  Applebee’s, and Chevys Fresh Mex are using or testing small, interactive computer screens at the table. Diners can see glossy pictures of food, order menu items, and pay a check without a waiter. Some of the devices also offer videogames, often for a fee, movie […]

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