What’s New In Food: “Elf”-Inspired Entree

What’s New In Food: “Elf”-Inspired EntreeInspired by the now-classic holiday film, Miss Ricky’s in Chicago is menuing a meal with marshmallows, S’mores Pop Tarts, M&Ms, Oreos, chocolate sauce, syrup and more all atop a bed of spaghetti. Who else will serve up a pop-culture spin on the holiday LTO?

What’s New In Food: The Mobile App Ambush

What’s New In Food: The Mobile App AmbushBurger King just fired a resounding shot in the burger wars—using geofencing to serve consumers a one-cent Whopper offer as they drive near a McDonalds. Who will be next to drive trial and conversion in an unconventional way?

What’s New In Food: Movie Theater Menuing

What’s New In Food: Movie Theater MenuingMovie theaters are increasingly distinguishing themselves not only by what’s on the screen, but what’s on the menu. Popcorn and fountain drinks have given way to fajitas, wood-burning pizza and specialty cocktails. Where will their menus go next?

What’s New In Food: Instagram-Designed Restaurants

What’s New In Food: Instagram-Designed RestaurantsWelcome to the era of restaurants created with social sharing in mind. Where everything from lighting to menu items to wall art has been designed for optimal snapping and sharing on social media. Chicago’s Home Slice is one of the first. Who will be next?

What’s New In Food: Touchless Transaction

What’s New In Food: Touchless TransactionNo lines. No checkout. “Just walk out.” Amazon Go has simplified shopping. Who will be next?

What’s New In Food: Robot-Prepared Meals

What’s New In Food: Robot-Prepared MealsAutomation continues to revolutionize foodservice as we know it. Boston’s Spyce is leveraging robot technology to make making nutritious meals more affordable for everyone. How is your company using automation to enhance the customer experience?