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Coolgreens to Add Ghost Kitchen

Healthy lifestyle eatery signs area development agreement to open 50 locations.

iWallet Rolls out QR Code Solution

Implementing QR contactless menus replace the need for physical menus. It's a simple one step process to generate a QR menu at

Panera partners with World Resources Institute to ID entrees with low climate impact via Cool Food Meals.

SeeLevel HX Annual Drive-Thru Study reveals slower total times, mixed responses to COVID-19.

Fazoli’s will launch its new wing concept under the name Wingville. By early spring of 2021, wings will be available systemwide as part of the brand’s core menu.

The Dog Haus team and Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, franchisee Kirk Hermansen have put the brand’s experience on wheels. Dog Haus’ food truck began cruisin’ around Dallas-Fort Worth Sept. 20.

The Chicken Shack menu is available only through a QR code at the restaurant or ordering online.

Wiz Kalifa’s Hotbox by Wiz menu will feature barbecue, brownies and burgers.

This strategic alliance enables an end-to-end solution for the calculation and presentation of menu item nutrition facts and allergen declarations.

With this integration, BOHA! customers will now be able to create all their custom recipes within ESHA’s Genesis R&D software, to calculate the nutritional analysis, and print FDA-mandated nutritional labels, all from the BOHA! terminal.

Investments include the integration of third-party delivery orders and updated franchise intranet and website.

Sirved launched a free tool to help restaurants provide contactless menus to their guests.

Guests with food allergies want and deserve the same dining experiences as their non-food allergic friends. Your use of technology can make you their venue of choice.

Restaurants should consider linking the QR code to some part of their marketing rather than the menu, since customers will theoretically already be aware of it.

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