Up to 90 percent of U.S. restaurants lack proper insurance coverage, exposing them to significant risk in the event of a foodborne illness outbreak.
Cases of restaurant runaways are prevalent. These incidents are more widely known as dine and dash. Dine and dash is a form of theft, and many restaurants fall victim to it regularly.
New cooking trends are growing in popularity, but don't think they're just a fleeting fad.
Traditionally, hotels have viewed their restaurants as necessary services instead of potential profit makers.
As a full-service restaurant operator, you’re likely more concerned about the journey of your meals from the kitchen to the dining room, than from the farm to the kitchen, right?
Like many of my peers who came of age in the ’90s, there was a period of time when I was dead-set on becoming a meteorologist, or more specifically, a storm chaser.