Tag: fast food

A New Dawn, A New Donut: Dunkin Donuts Opens New Concept Store in Quincy, Massachusetts

An image of a barrister at the new dunkin donuts concept store in Massachusetts

With the restaurant industry constantly evolving, countless restaurant chains may end up adapting to the change by trying a variety of options such as new policies and items on the menus, new concepts and designs within the restaurant and integration with mobile technology for the tech-obsessed customers — or in the case of Verts Mediterranean… Read More

Impossible Foods: The Creators of An Entirely Vegan Hamburger

Impossible Burger

Among dietary lifestyles gaining popularity throughout America, whether it’s the Millennials spearheading the “avocado everything” movement, or the gluten-free lifestyle, and even the dangerous YouTube trend of eating Tide Pods, not many diets have received much mainstream attention quite like veganism. Whether it’s health-related, personal or ethical reasons, veganism is on the rise in America, with… Read More

Stoners Rejoice: Taco Bell Debuts Nacho Fries, Which Will Likely Sell Well in California

taco bell debuts nacho fries

Anecdotal opinions suggest that cannabis and Taco Bell usually go hand in hand in the most beautiful of unions. Whether it is through multiple flavors of a deliciously unhealthy Dorito Loco Tacos, Beefy 5-Layer Burrito, Chalupa Supreme, or my personal favorite and the now defunct XXL Nachos, the many mysterious ingredients in Taco Bell seem to speak… Read More

Aging brands struggle to remain relevant with the public

News of leadership changes at major brands reflect the changing landscape of American interests. Aging brands are suffering the consequences of a public that’s aging in reverse, and even national institutions whose logos we need only glance at to recognize are being affected.   McDonald’s, the once beloved chain that served as the go-to restaurant for… Read More