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Inc.'s List of the Fastest Growing U.S. Companies Includes 27 Foodservice Businesses

While the housing market continues to be an anchor in the U.S. economy, Inc. Magazine recognizes a handful of foodservice operators for their rapid growth in recent years.

C-Store Sales Increase in Second Quarter

NPD reports C-Store customer traffic remains stable.

CHG Bolsters Regional Sales Team

Tuman takes over mid-Atlantic and Northeast territory for all CHG brands.

Foodservice Operations Lead in Franchise Failure

This Week in Foodservice reviews the latest franchise failure data, economic news, and foodservice reports. 

July Restaurant and Bar Sales Remain Positive

While July foodservice sales appear better than expected, there remains some uncertainty around the impact such economic factors as employment levels and food prices are having on the foodservice industry.

Labor Management Is Not for the Birds — Industrial Engineering Can Help

Trying to manage labor challenges is enough to make most foodservice and retail operators want to stick their heads in the sand. Doing so, however, creates other opportunities for the business to fail. That's where applying activity-based labor management techniques, a core principle of industrial engineering, can help foodservice and retail operators eliminate at least one bull's-eye.

This Week in Foodservice: Good Markets for Selling Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

In this week's blog, Jerry Steigler takes a look at the most restaurant-dense markets in the U.S. and sifts through the sands of economic data in search of some implications for the foodservice industry.

FE&S Fields 2013 Forecast Study

Foodservice Equipment and Supplies invites its operator and dealer readers to participate in the magazine's 2013 Forecast Study.

This Week in Foodservice: Lots and Lots of Operating Results

In addition to the National Restaurant Association releasing its June Restaurant Performance Index, a number of restaurant companies released their second quarter operating results this week. After swimming through this sea of numbers, it seems as if the industry remains on a slight growth curve despite battling a variety of outside factors.

Colorado-Based Dealer Acquires Foodservice Design Firm

Superior Commercial Kitchens, Inc. now part of Tundra Restaurant Supply.

Restaurant Performance Index Stays at 101.4 for June

Restaurant operators report positive same-store sales for the 13th consecutive month and remain optimistic about sales growth in the months ahead, according to the National Restaurant Association.