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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...

Krystal Refreshes Look with New Store Design

The Krystal Company, the brand famous for its iconic square hamburgers, has delighted guests throughout the Southeast for more than 80 years. Since 1932, Krystal has built its legacy on great tasting food at great value; now, it enters a year of rejuvenating the look...

Dippin’ Dots Sales Jump 60 Percent in Two Years

Dippin’ Dots, leader in the flash-frozen ice cream and frozen treat market, continues to realize surging growth as a result of a focus on developing a strong franchisee base, pursuing strategic partnerships with other well-known brands, and expanding its points of presence since being acquired...

Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s Stars for Heroes Campaign Kicks Off

CKE Restaurants Holdings, parent company of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s reminds active duty military, veterans, and their families that they’re all “stars” with the launch of its sixth annual Stars for Heroes fundraising campaign. The program, which has raised more than $5 million since its...

Indiana University Sues State To Block New Abortion Law

Sonographer performing ultrasound

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Sonographer performing ultrasound

The Indiana University Board of Trustees and three of the school’s scientists have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block part of the state’s new abortion restrictions...