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Overcoming Supply Chain Challenges

The Current QSR Climate Ongoing supply chain challenges are forcing QSRs to transform how they operate, seeking technologies to mitigate pressures.From menu changes and delivery delays to product shortages and increased cost of goods, QSRs face historical problems and are…
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The Swift Evolution of Quick Service

Some history Quick service (QSR) and limited-service restaurants (LSR) provide meals at lower price points, typically at a faster pace with a limited menu and table service. The United States has one of the most established QSR industries in the…
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Get To Know Queso

Ooey-Gooey Origins Queso dip has been a popular restaurant menu item dating back to the 19th century when Tex-Mex cuisine originated. An abbreviation for chile con queso, this melted cheese dish has maintained its traditional molten makeup over the years—and evolved…
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The Wide World Of Flavor In 2022

Every year, there are new developments related to consumer tastes. To keep up with the menu innovations that attract their attention, just follow the trends and insights. Here’s a journey into the wide world of flavor happening now. Go Greek…
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Another Look At The Market For Soups

Consumers are doubling down on their demand for healthier, ready-to-eat foods to be their best selves. They’re looking for foods with functional benefits and inspired by global flavors taking the world by storm. This has led to outpouring of interest…
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Hit Refresh On The Trends For 2022

As the trajectory of the pandemic continues to cast an uncertain future, it’s difficult to forecast new trends. So how does one feed consumer hunger for new and interesting dining options, at a time when no trendy flavors are rising…
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What’s In Store For Food In 2022

Whole Foods released its seventh consecutive report outlining the top ten most-anticipated food trends of the coming year. The company determines this list by consulting a trends council of more than 50 of their team members—including local foragers, regional and global…
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Pulling Ahead at the Drive-Thru with Technology

There’s no doubt that the pandemic drove more consumers to get their meals on the go. Drive-thru traffic increased 26 percent in the April, May, and June of 2020 and represented 42 percent of all restaurant traffic during those months. By…
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