Fast Casual Restaurants
News and Articles About Fast Casual Restaurants
In the late 90s, John Gulledge was a high school student hungry for work and experience. Today, he's a successful franchisee enjoying his just desserts.
Franchisee Billy Sewell not only runs restaurants, he raises money for the children of wounded, disabled and fallen military service members.
David Acheson, a former official at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was brought on as an adviser.
The fast-casual restaurant chain is now using more widely-accepted marketing methods.
They still received nearly $14 million each.
More than two decades ago, Ross Drever took over the world's first Gloria Jean's Coffees franchise. Its founder, in 1986, was his dad.
A dash of DNA testing here and a sprinkle of scalded onions there, and Chipotle just might save face yet.
The fast casual restaurant has had three food safety incidents since August. Most recently, a Boston location made 80 people sick.
Sonny Nguyen has found prime success in his two Flame Broiler restaurants.
Chipotle closed the location in question yesterday, and the students have been tested for E. Coli and the norovirus.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last month that 45 Chipotle customers had been infected with the food illness.
Debbie Justesen loves good food, and she wants to be healthy. With her Costa Vida franchise, she gets both.
This is the third outbreak of food contamination at Chipotle restaurants since August.