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McDonalds Opens New Flagship Restaurant in Times Square

NEW YORK — McDonald’s recently opened its new flagship restaurant in New York’s Times Square, following a massive renovation. The 11,200-sq.-ft., three-storey building is...

B. Good Launches Loyalty Program

BOSTON — B.Good has launched its new loyalty program, B. Good Rewards. The farm-to-table-restaurant chain will allow consumers to earn and...

Uber Eats Releases List of Trendiest Food Items, Offers 2019 Predictions

TORONTO — Uber Eats recently released a top-25 list of the trendiest food items of 2018, citing avocado toast, black foods (goth foods), cucumbers...

Parts & Labour to Close After 10 Years

TORONTO — Popular Toronto restaurant Parts & Labour is closing its doors on January 1, 2019 after 10 years in business. “It has been an...

Examining Trends in Burgers and Fries

There’s an emerging fast-casual segment of Canada’s burger market that’s taking over the foodservice industry. From the millennial consumer to the baby boomer, Technomic’s...

Technomic Research Shows Burger Consumption on the Rise

CHICAGO — Following a drop from 2013 to 2015, burger consumption in Canada is now on the rise as nearly half of Canadians (46...

Thinking Outside the Bun

According to Technomic Inc.’s Canadian Burger Consumer Trend Report, burgers remain a staple in consumers’ diets. In fact, Canadians eat an average of 3.7 burgers...

Fuddruckers Debuting Second Canadian Location

REGINA — Fuddruckers is set to open a second Canadian location in Regina with local franchise partner Bradd Restaurants, Ltd. The nearly 5,500-sq.-ft. restaurant,...

Boston Pizza Launches New Summer Menu

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Boston Pizza has released its new summer menu anchored by a new signature burger. "Summer is burger season in Canada, and we're...

Customers Willing to Pay More for “Better” Burgers, Technomic

CHICAGO — Technomic’s 2015 Canadian Burger Consumer Trend Report finds that burgers remain a staple, with consumers eating an average of 3.7 a month. Although...