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Wendy’s to Lean on Breakfast, Digital Demand to Fuel Continued Growth

The quick-service chain is testing dark kitchens, drive-thru only sites and “smaller, more efficient prototypes."

Just Salad, Others Eyeing Green Initiatives in 2021

Just Salad's 2020 environmental sustainability report includes waste-reduction goals that were delayed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

TriMark, Middleby Expand Portfolios With New Facilities

Two suppliers debuted new interactive foodservice-equipment facilities this week.

High Off-Premise Demand Is Here to Stay, Say Chains

Recent moves/statements from Taco Bell, Jack in the Box and Cheesecake Factory suggest that high off-premise demand is here to stay post-pandemic.

From Brazil to Australia, McDonald’s Rethinks Sustainability

From trays and straws to solar panels and efficient refrigerating equipment, McDonald's across the world are amending the status quo.

In Anticipation of Eventual Dine-in Boom, BJ’s Invests in Kitchen Tech and Partitions

During a Q4 earnings call, BJ's leaders divulged details of some forward-looking investments, including new partitions and technology improvements.

EllaMia

New EllaMia Coffeeshops to Double as Shared Kitchens

EllaMia, a coffeeshop and bakery with locations in London and Dubai, is set to make its California debut on Feb. 23 before expanding to Chicago and Seattle this spring.

Nathan’s Famous Hits Ghost Kitchen Milestone

Nathan's Famous said it is hoping to increase brand awareness while also helping to provide business for other restaurants through its growing expanse of ghost kitchen locations.

Chipotle Carside Pickup App

Big Chains Rev Up Drive-Thru and Drive-Up Options

Starbucks, Chipotle and McDonald’s start year by discussing plans for in-car convenience.

Singer Reorganizes Contract Business Leadership

New executive vice president, contracts previously held the role of president of Singer Ashland.

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