Bob Krummert

Marketing your restaurant to millennials
Trying to crack the millennial code? A new study reveals why restaurant marketers should segment 18- to 35-year-olds into distinct groups.
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2016 outlook: Restaurant technology takes a back seat
Restaurants will face some big challenges this year, but addressing them won’t necessarily require large capital expenditures.
Organic Coup backs up food with a government guarantee
One restaurant that adheres to strict ethical sourcing standards lands the stamp of approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Will others follow?
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OpenTable contest fuels new full-service startups
The online reservation service provider wants to help more entrepreneurs break into the sit-down restaurant business.
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Restaurant customers sound off on delivery do’s and don’ts
A study of delivery preferences in the quick-service segment yields useful insights for full-service restaurant operators, too.
Forecast: Double-digit price drop for beef in 2016
SpenDifference sees lower food commodity costs ahead, particularly for key center-of-the-plate items.
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Elections: Minimum wage hikes on back burner—until fall 1
Bernie’s all in with the fight for $15, Hillary Clinton can live with $12 an hour while Trump, Cruz and Rubio say any increase is too much.
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Washington Redskins latest team to enter restaurant business
NFL games create a ton of business for sports bars and casual restaurants. No wonder league teams want to get in on the action.
Surprises dominate Yelp’s Top 100 restaurant picks
Data-driven rankings allow any restaurant, not just the elite, to get national attention.
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Trendinista: Narrow-focus Mexican concepts take off
The latest spin on fast casual: all nachos, or all taquitos, all the time.
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Delivery tops new trend list
When it comes to purchasing restaurant-quality meals, consumers feel the need for speed.
Rosy forecast for full-service franchises
A team of top economists forecasts that in 2016 both quick service and full-service restaurants will see sales rise by 6.3 percent over 2015.
High-tech handwashing aids food safety fight
It’s difficult to enforce hand hygiene protocols in busy restaurant environments, but smart devices give owners and managers a shot.
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No-tip movement gaining no traction
A strong majority of customers don’t want restaurants to adopt zero-gratuity policies.
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Millennials dragging wine sales down 
Vino sales down at your restaurant? Blame Millennials—and figure out what else you might sell them.
Penton Restaurant Group

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