Peter Romeo

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Peter Romeo

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Brutal kitchen conditions spur new effort to improve employees’ lives

FairKitchens aims to humanize back-of-house culture with simple steps.

Thanksgiving meals that break from tradition

Restaurants are offering turkey day customers a break from the old familiar this year. 

Residents voted in favor of the wage hikes during the midterm election.

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

This year’s winners of the Blended Burger Project competition are packed with differentiators, from specialty ketchups to mushroom-infused queso. Here’s a look.

But the slight deceleration won’t be enough to knock retention off the top of the employer worry list, says People Report.

New research pegs what noncommercial operators’ direct competitor for employees is offering prospective hires.

Operators ranging from Taco Bell to independents are adding new serving sizes to raid the game day football market.

A comprehensive new study shows restaurants could be missing key ways to boost retention among young staff.

The mass demonstration is intended to bolster support for higher wages for cashiers, cooks and other quick-service workers.

Spoiler alert: Seattle didn't take No. 1.

Customers of full-service establishments can still get one upon request.

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