Jean Brodnax-Martin discovered Vom Fass in Europe and, along with her husband, was quick to become a franchisee when the company expanded to the states.
These entrepreneurs created a business that helps people run their food ventures.
The restaurant in the town of Billerica, outside Boston, was closed for a full cleaning, a company spokesman said.
He didn't know what pizza was when he was growing up in Bangladesh, but after delivering pizzas in high school, Ag Mahmud now owns four Papa John's restaurants.
The Boston-based chain, called Wahlburgers, has signed agreements with five franchise groups to open 30 new restaurants in seven states.
Last year, the franchise was making fun of the superfood. This year, it's embracing the green.
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Social Media Marketing
Don't underestimate the power of social media when it comes to marketing your specialty food business.
Competitors have all come forward with special hot-dog deals and social-media mud-slinging efforts in the last week.
Ads are among the most recent in a series of similar videos posted over the past couple of weeks showing food at McDonald's being cooked and prepared.
Everyone knows that market research is key to getting your business off the ground, but there are things you must find out regarding specialty foods that can make or break your new venture.
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Eateries in one particular state dominated the list.