There's no doubt that the adoption of sustainable practices has changed the way we look at food. For restaurants, this is a huge factor of likability in modern-day dining. But big chains aren't so easily scalable. Those who have been around for years aren't usually quick to make changes because of the cost, the time and the volume. We recently covered the rise of fast food chains, like McDonald's and White Castle, testing more hi-tech ordering methods – iPads and touchscreen kiosks – to make ordering more customizable and, in turn, personal. This is big news considering the scalability factor.
In recent news, McDonald's has also announced that it will begin using verified sustainable beef beginning in 2016. This will be the start of rolling out sustainable beef in all of its burgers worldwide. This is a huge deal for the industry. Read More