Fast-food delivery was once unthinkable—or at least unpalatable financially, since delivery fees might end up costing more than a value meal. But by the end of 2018 there could be a major uptick in burger-to-door service.
5/1/2018by Krista Garcia
Ordering meals is much more common among younger consumers, a survey finds, but even they don't do it too often.
4/18/2018by Krista Garcia
TV spots and print coupons are commonplace in the restaurant industry, and consumers are accustomed to—and even prefer—those types of promotions.
4/16/2018by Krista Garcia
Bareburger and La Colombe aren’t household names like McDonald’s and Starbucks, but these niche brands are strong social performers, a new study finds.
4/5/2018by Krista Garcia
More consumers are turning to technology to help them figure out where and what to eat.
4/2/2018by Krista Garcia
Restaurants struggled in 2017 as high menu prices kept many diners away. Here’s what they learned, in three charts.
1/2/2018by Rimma Kats
The restaurant industry may be at the point of finally turning the corner after a long slump, but don’t look for traditional restaurant solutions to drive the turnaround.
12/18/2017by Andria Cheng
The restaurant industry continued to see traffic declines in November, according to new data from TDn2k, while same-store sales were essentially flat, signaling that the industry hasn't really stemmed a long decline.
12/8/2017by eMarketer Editors
A survey of US internet users found that roughly half have downloaded a restaurant’s mobile app. But they’re not necessarily using it to pay for food or track an order. Many just want a menu and a discount.
12/6/2017by Rimma Kats
Starbucks faces challenges from high-end artisanal brands to low-end mass market competitors, but its position in the market actually is relatively secure, according to a new study.
10/4/2017by Andria Cheng