6 statistical solutions to the labor crisis

Recent research may offer a salve for what ails employers.


What’s driving college students’ food purchases?

Sustainable, low-carb, gluten-free—which attributes do students say would make them more likely to buy a menu item? Technomic shares some insights.

These ingredients and flavors could be poised to trickle down to noncommercial.

See what recent research shows about this dining set.

In the first episode of "Menu Feed," Senior Editor Patricia Cobe chats with Jeff Hanak, vice president of culinary for Chili’s Grill & Bar, and Jay Miller, director of product development and corporate chef for Firehouse Subs.

At the end of the study, around 12% of the students who ate breakfast in the classroom had a BMI in the obesity range, compared to 4% of students who ate breakfast in the cafeteria.

Students name their favorite types of food to eat between meals.

Look for an introduction to Balkan fare, disruptors in third-party delivery and a shift in consumers’ social media habits, says the researcher.

An uncertainty around money has affected how Gen X-ers choose where they eat.

Here's how two operations aim to appeal to young diners' on-the-move lifestyle.

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