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Chaska Opens New Location in Toronto

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TORONTO  — Indian street-food concept Chaska is opening its fourth GTA location March 9 at 218 Adelaide St. W. in Toronto. 

Taco Bell Launching New Grande Stacker in Canada

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Taco Bell Canada has launched a new menu item in locations across the country — the Grande Stacker.

Subway Restaurants Partners with Adyen

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SAN FRANCISCO — Subway Restaurants has partnered with Adyen, a global payments platform.  The partnership makes Adyen the exclusive payment platform...

White Spot Launches Beyond Burger Menu Items

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VANCOUVER — B.C.-based White Spot has launched a selection of menu items featuring Beyond Meat’s Beyond Burger patty. “We take...

Wish List Worthy Equipment Trends for 2018

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There’s nothing like having a clean slate to work from when choosing equipment for your restaurant operations. Whether it’s a new build, an expansion,...

Starbucks Bosses Launch La Boulange

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SEATTLE — The Starbucks ownership team is expanding its quick-service portfolio with La Boulange, a new dining concept, which will cater to the dinner crowd.

Fast-Casual Continues to Win Customer Attention

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TORONTO — The fast-casual category is continuing to steal market share, and, according to a new study from the NPD Group, consumers are now choosing between food freshness/menu variety and speedy service/value pricing when determining what type of restaurant to patronize.

Pizza Pizza Celebrates Its 20th Opening This Year

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TORONTO — The team at Pizza Pizza is celebrating its 20th opening this year at 300 Rossland Rd. E. in Ajax, Ont., making it...

CRFA: Restaurant Sales to Grow 4.1 Per cent Annually

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TORONTO — Restaurant sales in Canada are predicted to grow an average of 4.1 per cent over the next five years, from $52.9 billion...

Technomic: Better Burger Segment Continues To Grow

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CHICAGO — Just when you thought better burgers had reached a peak in sales, Chicago’s Technomic has released data showing fast-casual burger chains grew...