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After last week’s announcement that investment company JAB Holdings would buy Panera Bread for $7.5 billion, rumors have been going around that Warren Buffett backed 3G Capital might be interested in placing a rival bid. First reported to the New York Post by "sources close to the deal," the news has still not been confirmed by 3G nor Panera.
"I'm the Schnitzel queen of Richmond," says Chef Brittanny Anderson cheerily and without a hint of sarcasm. She is speaking to a crowd of chefs at the 2017 Pork Summit held at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. There will be no schnitzel today, however.
The reasons may be up for debate, but the reality is here: Your restaurant will continue to get increasing numbers of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and other food-related illnesses such as celiac disease. These diners are loyal and willing to spend more per person if treated right, so it’s worth your while to do just that.
Fast casual sandwich chain Which Wich definitely sandwiched in some growth during Q1, launching up an impressive 15.93 points in social restaurant visits. Its progress, as seen in the line graph, is incredible, moving from a gradual decline to a drastic jump. What factors could have played into its latest social restaurant visits spike?
It’s easy to pull some people to work together and call them a team. Throw in a boss to bark orders, and you’re all set, right? Well, most restaurants sadly think this is teamwork and the way they get more from people is by employing an outdated management theory called “carrots and sticks,” or rewards and punishments. If you do good, you get the carrot. Do bad and you get the stick.
Didn't get to hog up some learning opportunities at the 2017 Pork Summit? You'll squeal like a pig with excitement when you see this. The National Pork Board visited Napa Valley once again, bringing its Pork Summit event, now in its seventh year running, to the Culinary Institute of America's Greystone campus in St. Helena, Calif.