Full-service chains are expanding healthy menus and promoting active lifestyles.
One of the most prominent industry buzzwords over the last decade, healthy appears in various forms on today's menus, as consumers reach beyond the basic term to also consider low-fat, natural, and organic dishes on menus.
Compass Group North America, a foodservice management and support services company, unveiled a mobile dining application that allows customers to explore menu options that are both great tasting and good for them.
The National Restaurant Association announced the Beef Checkoff Program as a sponsor of the Association’s Kids LiveWell program, a voluntary industry-wide initiative designed to help make the healthful choice the easy choice when dining out with children.
Every year, the National Restaurant Association (NRA) gets in the kitchen with chefs to reveal the top menu trends for the coming year.
AllergyEats, a guide to allergy-friendly restaurants nationwide, held the third annual AllergyEats Food Allergy Conference for Restaurateurs and Food Service Professionals.
Today's consumers not only expect good food, attentive service, and value for the dollar when they dine out, but also are more likely to choose restaurants that treat employees well and support the community, according to a recent study by the Culinary Visions Panel.
Food News Media, publisher of QSR and FSR magazines, has announced the winners of the inaugural HALO Awards, which honor restaurant chains that have made meaningful contributions to a healthy, active lifestyle for consumers.
Three years ago, when health-centric quick serve LYFE Kitchen opened in Palo Alto, California, the restaurant placed an experiment on its menu: infused water.
At New York City’s The LCL: Bar & Kitchen, customers are sipping their vegetables in a martini glass.