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Seafood fraud: A costly problem that won’t go away
Wholesalers continue to substitute cheaper varieties for snapper, grouper and other popular species, according to recent research.
Consistent enforcement lacking in restaurant health inspections
If you suspect your restaurant’s health inspection scores fluctuate wildly depending on who conducts the inspection, you may be right.
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Time-slot reservations crack the table turn code
In Australia, reserved restaurant tables are turning like clockwork, thanks to a fixed-time dining policy.
Consortium fires next shot in mobile payment wars
Forget Apple Pay, says a new mobile payment solution provider whose system lets restaurant operators avoid paying credit card fees.
Meal delivery service lures culinary talent from restaurants
Munchery opens a new front in the culinary talent war
Poll: Repeat guests value experience over food
Restaurant owners think food is the draw for repeat guests, but a survey suggests other factors carry more weight.
Industry celebrates Melman Award winner Sam Fox
Sam Fox, the winner of the Richard Melman Innovator Award, has created a multiconcept restaurant empire that is expanding quickly from its home base in Phoenix.
Ebola: 9 tips to cut your restaurant’s risk
Thorough precautions can help keep restaurant employees and customers safe during the current Ebola outbreak.
What restaurants need to know about new maple-syrup grading system
A prized ingredient might get more plentiful; Hard Rock Cafe courts kids; plus more recent trends
Takeout trends: Big data for small restaurants
New consumer ordering data provides some insight into restaurant takeout trends.
Charging for water often a dealbreaker
5 things you need to know now, including how Millennials are hooked on online reviews.
What Millennial employees want
A new study reveals how “Generation Me” restaurant workers really feel about their jobs.
Mashup concepts debut in bakery/cafe segment
Move over, Cronut. Here come the creffle and the bruin.
Examining this season’s restaurant promo strategies
Casual dining chains are getting creative with their promotions this fall, but one multi-concept operator might have a smarter way to build current and future business.
Apple Pay: Is it right for your restaurant?
Giant chains are already on board with Apple’s new mobile payment system. Smaller operators may be wondering if they should follow suit.

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