News and Articles About Food Businesses
New Orleans-based meal-experience company Dinner Lab depends on participants giving their honest feedback on every course.
Entrepreneurs' drive to be on the edge of innovation is leading to a new market for super-food slurries that aim to revolutionize eating as we know it.
Who knows social media better than mobile businesses? We asked food trucks in Brooklyn and Austin how they build audience and amplify their message.
Calorie counts do matter 57 percent of customers use menus' nutritional information when deciding what to order, according to a new CDC survey.
Forget agriculture -- these chickens need some Viagra-culture.
The casual-dining giant wants you to play and pay with its shiny, new tablets. Not yours, and specifically not on Tuesdays. Check, please.
A startup that allows customers to pay for restaurant reservations is doing a 'soft pivot' following outrage from the restaurant industry.
The recently shuttered cupcake chain could stay open with financing help from an investor group.
A week after being delisted from Nasdaq, Crumbs has abruptly closed all 65 locations nationwide.
Barbecue, snack mashups and the next Sriracha here's what Technomic predicts restaurants will be serving up in the second half of 2014.
Reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated, say the duo behind one of the nation's leading cupcakeries.
This hybrid dessert trend created opportunity across the country. We explain what the Cronuts success can teach you.
After months of protest from the food industry, California repealed its controversial glove requirement law.
Chad Piepenburg's job is more than running his own Smoothie Factory location. It's also working to help other franchisees succeed.
Food trucks saw a boom in the recession, but as competition has grown so have the costs for consumers.
The largest cupcake chain in the U.S. is set to delist, after failing to meet stockholder equity requirement.
Are groceries among the last untapped e-commerce opportunities? At least two startup companies think so.
After helping Sweet Arleen's win its third challenge on the Food Network show 'Cupcake Wars,' the cupcake chain's front-of-house manager opened a franchise of his own.
The California-based Mexican grilled-chicken franchise, which attempted to go public in 2006, is eyeing a $100 million IPO.
The company is hoping to drum up buzz with its first ad campaign in several years, which will take place on Facebook
Think Whole Foods is too expensive? The city attorneys of Los Angeles, Santa Monica and San Francisco are of a similar mind.
As the FDA prepares new guidelines, restaurants are cutting back on sodium and salt companies are researching alternatives.
There's no secret sauce for making a new eatery profitable but careful planning surely helps.
Campbell's CEO says new business owners can differentiate their enterprise with ideals that resonate with consumers, their evolving values and needs.
The Original Soupman -- of Seinfeld fame -- says the food truck business offers unique opportunities for franchisees.