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Bringing Breakfast Back: Delivery Robots Rolling into More University Campuses

It's something your mom always told you – eat your breakfast – and now college students are starting to do just that, thanks to Starship robots and Sodexo. Research has shown that up to 88 percent of college students skip breakfast, primarily because of lack of time, but that number is starting to turn around when delivery robots arrive on campus. Starting today, students at Northern Arizona University's (NAU) Flagstaff campus will have the convenience of receiving food delivered by robot.

Sodexo, Inc. and Starship Technologies revealed today that an extra 1,500 breakfast orders have been delivered autonomously since the two companies joined forces to debut ...

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Mar 26 8:14 AM, General News



Dunkin’ Brings New Go2s Value Menu Choices to its January Menu

January is a time when many Americans put saving money at the top of their list of New Year’s resolutions. Dunkin’ is giving guests a great way to start 2019 with great value choices, offering its popular Dunkin’ Go2s value menu to bring customers the chance to choose from three of the brand’s popular breakfast menu items priced at $2, $4 and $5 for two of their go-to favorites.

Available beginning today at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide for a limited time, the Dunkin’ Go2s menu includes ...

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Jan 9 9:04 AM, General News


Officially Dunkin': New Look and New Menu Items Provide Energizing Start to 2019

The New Year is all about new possibilities and opportunities, and enthusiasm enough to maybe finally keep those resolutions. In the spirit of "new year, new you," Dunkin' is presenting an exciting new look to its product packaging, while welcoming both new and returning favorite menu items, to give the brand and its guests an energizing start to 2019.

Officially Dunkin': New Packaging

Last September, Dunkin' Donuts revealed plans to put the company on a first-name basis with America, in recognition of its long relationship with fans who have referred to the brand simply as "Dunkin'." As part of its rebranding efforts, in January Dunkin' will introduce ...

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Jan 3 12:10 PM, General News


IHOP Announces New 'All You Can Eat Pancakes' Deal with Any Breakfast Combo

New in 2019, Guests Can Choose from Unlimited Stacks of Delicious Buttermilk Pancakes with a Classic Egg and Meat Combo or Get a Full Order of All You Can Eat Buttermilk Pancakes for Just $4.99

IHOP is starting the New Year off with a delicious tradition by bringing back its wildly popular 'All You Can Eat Pancakes' promotion and this year, IHOP will sweeten the deal. For a limited time, guests can enjoy unlimited refills of the brand's hot, fluffy Buttermilk pancakes with any classic breakfast combo. Guests can also enjoy a full stack of never-ending Buttermilk pancakes for just $4.99.

The current promotion is available January 2 through February 24, 2019 at participating IHOP restaurants nationwide. Offer is valid per guest, per order, dine-in only and includes a choice between ...

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Jan 2 11:30 AM, General News


Dunkin’ Debuts New Holiday Spice Bacon Breakfast Sandwich

‘Tis the season at Dunkin’ once again, as today the brand unwrapped its 2018 holiday menu and cup design to bring joy and delight to on-the-go guests through all the wonderful moments of the most wonderful time of the year.

Each year as the holidays approach, Americans turn to Dunkin’ for festive coffees, donuts and more to stay energized for shopping for the perfect gift, wrapping presents, wrapping up the year at work and celebrating the season with friends and family. This year Dunkin’ is spicing things up with its holiday menu, bringing guests delicious new choices for refueling and refilling joy all throughout the busy weeks ahead. Available beginning today for limited time at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide, Dunkin’s ho-ho-host of holiday delights include...

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Nov 28 8:07 AM, General News


Panera Bread Meets Demand for Better Breakfast On the Go with Breakfast Delivery

First National Restaurant Company to Offer Breakfast Delivery by Its Own Drivers to Office or Home

Whether you prefer early dining at your desk or breakfast in bed, Panera Bread is giving you a new way to kick-start the morning by launching breakfast delivery, starting with 231 cities and towns nationwide. Now, Panera fans who work or live near participating cafes can order a better breakfast on the go that is packed with wholesome ingredients like fresh fruit, 100% clean bacon or brioche rolls baked fresh...

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Nov 19 9:12 AM, General News


Starbucks Expands Best-in-Class Delivery Experience to 1,100 Stores in 17 Chinese Cities

“Starbucks Delivers” introduced across more than 1,100 stores in a total of 17 cities in China, with full-service coverage in Beijing and Shanghai

Piloted the operations of its first “Star Kitchens” in two Hema supermarkets in Shanghai and Hangzhou to complement delivery fulfillment capabilities of existing and future Starbucks stores

Starbucks on track to expand the delivery service to more than 2,000 Starbucks stores across 30 cities by the end of calendar year 2018

Within less than two months following the introduction of “Starbucks Delivers” in China, this best-in-class coffee delivery service, launched in partnership with Ele.Me, is now available across more than 1,100 stores in 17 Chinese cities, with full-service coverage in Beijing and Shanghai. In addition, Starbucks piloted the operations of its first...

 

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Nov 6 2:53 PM, General News


Americans Say Breakfast is their Favorite Meal for Sausage

It’s a perfect food for any time of the day, but for many Americans, the morning just isn’t complete without sausage. New research commissioned by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC) and conducted online by The Harris Poll in September 2018 ahead of October’s National Sausage Month shows breakfast is the meal Americans say is their favorite for sausage. Overall 89 percent of Americans eat sausage, and among those, nearly 3 in 4 (74%) like to eat sausage for breakfast, followed by 59% who like it for dinner. A majority of those who eat sausage (61%) like it savory, while 54% like their sausage spicy.

“Americans clearly enjoy waking up their taste buds with sausage. And with so many different choices and flavor profiles, it’s no surprise that Americans love sausage and enjoy eating it throughout the day,” said NHDSC President Eric Mittenthal. “It’s the perfect food to...

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Oct 10 10:08 AM, General News




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