All Discussions Tagged 'Restaurants' (8)

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Online food ordering market

Online food ordering has become a new trend these days. Many studies and surveys show that there is a demographic change in the food orderi…

Started by Foodjini

5 Sep 4, 2013
Reply by MenuDrive

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restaurant peanut awareness

I am conducting a study to see the effects of peanut allergies and how they are affecting the restaurant industry. Restaurant owners, manag…

Started by Colin Trievel

0 Mar 17, 2010

Bartering makes business sense in today's market

Have you had any experiences positive or negative with bartering? By ERIN CONROY The Associated Press Published: September 20, 2009 It…

Started by Howard Appell

0 Sep 20, 2009

Taking the Buy Local Movement National for Restaurants

Lately, there has been a grassroots movement towards buying from local small businesses. Many cities, like Philadelphia have seen great res…

Started by Nyiema Bayfield

0 Mar 27, 2009

What Benefits Do You Want From A Restaurant Association?

What features and benefits would you want a restaurant association to offer? For example: -free web hosting -online ordering -free page on…

Started by Nyiema Bayfield

0 Mar 27, 2009

Listing of Trade Shows

Anyone know where there might be an exhaustive list of trade shows for: 1. QSR's 2. Catering 3. Bakeries 4. Food Catalog (MailOrder) 5. Fo…

Started by Erle Dardick

3 Sep 16, 2008
Reply by Ron Howald

Non-Operator

Memphis Area Restaurant Vendors/Suppliers Wanted!

Attention all Memphians affiliated with the restaurant industry: I am looking to meet professional people working for/representing compani…

Started by Brian Edwards

0 May 19, 2008

I need feedback on your favorite restaurants in the Baltimore Washington N. VA area

I an updating a list for a website with information on Baltimore, DC, NVA restaurants and would like your help. If you live in the area ple…

Started by Dara Bunjon

11 Apr 25, 2008
Reply by Carol Ott

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Gen Z, the First True Digital Generation, Represents the Future Foodservice Consumer

Gen Z, the first true digital generation, represents the future foodservice consumer. They're a generation on the move that strongly prioritizes speed of service, technology, and having what they want, when they want it. Millennials, more so than older generations, prefer to visit restaurants that offer new and unique foods and flavors. Gen X and Boomers converge on several preferences—such as the importance of a convenient location.

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Dunkin' Donuts Announces Plans For Seven New Restaurants In Duluth, Minnesota With New Franchisees Brian And Sharon Weidendorf

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