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The Food Industry’s Understaffing Problem: A Positive Change for Employees and Customers

food industry's understaffing problem

The food industry is known for its fast-paced, high-stress environment. However, in recent times, the food industry’s understaffing problem has made things much more challenging! The food industry is feeling the pinch of understaffing, with over 60% of establishments admitting they are struggling to recruit enough employees. In spite of that, this challenge has […]

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The Food Industry’s Understaffing Problem: A Positive Change for Employees and Customers

The food industry is known for its fast-paced, high-stress environment. However, in recent times, the food industry’s understaffing problem has made things much more challenging! The food industry is feeling the pinch of understaffing, with over 60% of establishments admitting they are struggling to recruit enough employees. In spite of that, this challenge has […]

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As Buyers Embrace Organic Foods, Producers Can Learn from Millennia-Old Methods for Operating a Sustainable Business

As climate concerns continue to rise, customers are relying more and more on sustainable, organic products. According to a report out of the WWF, searches for sustainable goods rose by 71% between 2016 and 2021 in high-income countries like the United States, Germany and Canada, but also among developing economies like Ecuador and Indonesia. […]

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Food Sustainability is on Consumers’ Minds Worldwide. What’s Driving the Desire for It?

Food sustainability is a high priority on consumers’ shopping lists worldwide and they have an increasing appetite for sustainable food that reduces their carbon footprint. According to findings in a new survey from Yara and IPSOS on European consumer demand for sustainable food, when asked if food companies should work to reduce emissions in […]

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As Consumers Go Green, How Can Alcohol Producers Make the Spirits Industry More Sustainable?

To the modern consumer, environmental footprint matters. Roughly 90% of Gen Z consumers surveyed in a recent First Insight study said they’d be willing to shell out extra money for sustainable products. Furthermore, Gen Zs were found to be highly influential among their extended circle of consumers, impacting the buying patterns of their parents […]

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Chipotle Looks to Ghost Kitchens to Make Farmesa a Reality

The West Coast plays host to one friendly kitchen ghost as Chipotle Mexican Grill launches their fresh eatery concept, Farmesa, in Santa Monica, California, this March. While its not the company’s first foray into ghost kitchens, it’s the most focused investment into the decentralized kitchen concept. Farmesa will serve a variety of bowls ranging […]

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Fast Food Foot Traffic is Dipping While Net Sales Remain Up. Can QSR Keep This Dynamic Up?

It’s been a tough couple of years for restaurants and QSRs. The pandemic, supply shortages, and inflation have done the notoriously tight-budgeted industry no favors. But as those issues fade into history, what does the future hold for the restaurant and QSR industry? Recent Revenue Management Solutions quick-service restaurant (QSR) data for January 2023 […]

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Investing for Success: Expert Advice on Business Management and Wealth Building
March 27, 2023

Starting a business from scratch can be a challenging but rewarding experience. To manage your business successfully, it’s essential to begin by developing a comprehensive business management plan. This plan should include your goals, target audience, products or services, marketing and sales strategies, and financial projections. It should serve as a roadmap for your […]

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Teach For America Reinvention: Culture Transformation and Educator Recruitment
March 27, 2023

Teach For America (TFA) started with an idea in 1989 by Wendy Kopp. The TFA formally launched in 1990 with a mission to provide all children in America with an excellent education. More than thirty-three years later, TFA is continually improving itself by expanding its network and resources with initiatives like TFA’s Reinvention Lab. […]

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‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Reminds Scientists and Metaphysicians That Researching the Multiverse Has Important Thematic Fundamentals
March 24, 2023

The multiverse theory has been the subject of scientific research and philosophical debate for decades. It is a theory that suggests the existence of multiple universes beyond our own, each with its own unique physical laws and properties. Along with the recent phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2023’s Best Picture-winning film Everything Everywhere All […]

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The Food Industry’s Understaffing Problem: A Positive Change for Employees and Customers
March 20, 2023

The food industry is known for its fast-paced, high-stress environment. However, in recent times, the food industry’s understaffing problem has made things much more challenging! The food industry is feeling the pinch of understaffing, with over 60% of establishments admitting they are struggling to recruit enough employees. In spite of that, this challenge has […]

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As Buyers Embrace Organic Foods, Producers Can Learn from Millennia-Old Methods for Operating a Sustainable Business
March 13, 2023

As climate concerns continue to rise, customers are relying more and more on sustainable, organic products. According to a report out of the WWF, searches for sustainable goods rose by 71% between 2016 and 2021 in high-income countries like the United States, Germany and Canada, but also among developing economies like Ecuador and Indonesia. […]

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Food Sustainability is on Consumers’ Minds Worldwide. What’s Driving the Desire for It?
March 9, 2023

Food sustainability is a high priority on consumers’ shopping lists worldwide and they have an increasing appetite for sustainable food that reduces their carbon footprint. According to findings in a new survey from Yara and IPSOS on European consumer demand for sustainable food, when asked if food companies should work to reduce emissions in […]

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As Consumers Go Green, How Can Alcohol Producers Make the Spirits Industry More Sustainable?
March 7, 2023

To the modern consumer, environmental footprint matters. Roughly 90% of Gen Z consumers surveyed in a recent First Insight study said they’d be willing to shell out extra money for sustainable products. Furthermore, Gen Zs were found to be highly influential among their extended circle of consumers, impacting the buying patterns of their parents […]

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Chipotle Looks to Ghost Kitchens to Make Farmesa a Reality
February 24, 2023

The West Coast plays host to one friendly kitchen ghost as Chipotle Mexican Grill launches their fresh eatery concept, Farmesa, in Santa Monica, California, this March. While its not the company’s first foray into ghost kitchens, it’s the most focused investment into the decentralized kitchen concept. Farmesa will serve a variety of bowls ranging […]

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Fast Food Foot Traffic is Dipping While Net Sales Remain Up. Can QSR Keep This Dynamic Up?
February 23, 2023

It’s been a tough couple of years for restaurants and QSRs. The pandemic, supply shortages, and inflation have done the notoriously tight-budgeted industry no favors. But as those issues fade into history, what does the future hold for the restaurant and QSR industry? Recent Revenue Management Solutions quick-service restaurant (QSR) data for January 2023 […]

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McDonald’s and GM Boast Positive Q4 Earnings to End 2022 on a High Note
February 7, 2023

Ba Da Ba Ba Bah, McDonald’s is lovin’ their Q4 earnings. The golden arches were shining bright when McDonald’s reported their fourth-quarter earnings results Tuesday, January 31, 2023. Mcdonald’s beat Wall Street expectations of $5.75 billion in revenue with a reported $5.93 billion. U.S. same-store sales were up, and McDonald’s adjusted earnings per share were […]

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California Storms Have Farmers Rushing to Avoid Crop Shortfall
January 28, 2023

(Bloomberg) — California farmers are facing costly damages from weeks of severe California storms that may trigger more expensive US fruits and vegetables in a time of massive food inflation. “The numbers are going to be somewhere in the hundreds of millions and perhaps in the billions,” Dave Puglia, head of the trade group Western […]

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Chipotle Seeks to Hire 15,000 Workers Amid Tech Layoffs
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is adding 15,000 jobs across its North American locations — a sign that demand for restaurant food is robust despite high inflation and economic uncertainty. The burrito chain’s hiring push is meant to ensure its more than 3,000 US restaurants are fully staffed for the company’s busiest season, which […]

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