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Carl’s Jr. Goes California Style, Hardee’s Serves Up Comfort

Carl’s Jr. celebrates its 75-year history as one of California’s most iconic brands with the launch of its newest menu item: the California Classic Double Cheeseburger, available now at participating restaurant locations.

Originally founded in Los Angeles in 1941 by Carl Karcher and his wife Margaret,...

Del Taco Introduces ‘Epic’ LTO with Bacon Ranch Chicken

Del Taco Restaurants expanded its popular Epic Burrito line with the introduction of the Bacon Ranch Chicken Avocado Epic Burrito, fully loaded with fresh sliced avocado, heaping portions of fresh grilled marinated chicken and crispy bacon. The addition of the new burrito is yet another...

Two Sisters Bring Korean BBQ to Baltimore Food Hall

Heather Chung, the chef and owner of Brown Rice, is partnering with her sister Mimi Kim to open BeBim, a casual Korean barbecue concept opening inside R. House in Baltimore, Maryland, this fall.

After growing up in rural Korea, the duo immigrated to the U.S. looking...

Eat Fresher

As the world’s first produce-only restaurant, CORE Kitchen aims to introduce customers to a whole new way to eat healthy.

Vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based food isn’t so weird in fast casual anymore. After all, market research firm Mintel recently found that 75 percent of 25–34-year-olds and...

Chef Q&A: Paul Wahlberg

The executive chef and co-owner of Wahlburgers shares his burger innovation ideas.

Not every better-burger chef can lay claim to his own popular reality television series, but Paul Wahlberg isn’t your ordinary chef. The brother of celebrities Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, Paul Wahlberg cut his chops...

The Line Between Breakfast and Snacking Blurs

Consumers continue to embrace snacking—not only as viable daypart option but also as a paradigm through which to view eating in general (smaller, more frequent meals). This has caused and will continue to cause changes in consumers’ relationships with traditional breakfast foods, according to market...