- The “C” store, aka convenience store, is in direct competition with the QSR. The article written by Restaurantdive.com states that “more convenience store chains, including Wawa, 7-Eleven, Casey’s and QuikTrip, have upgraded their foodservice in recent years, further blurring the lines between the segments. Bluedot’s survey says the data suggests it’s “entirely possible” c-stores are the next QSR.”
Source: Restaurant Dive. Read the full article here.
- According to QSR magazine, the future of the food hall is big…$71.69 by 2026 big. Who doesn’t love having a variety of high quality options available to eat in a short amount of time right in front of you? Food halls are fantastic because they are easy to access and are extremely tech-friendly. The choice is yours at most food halls. From the food options, to how you place your order, it’s clear why the food hall industry is going to make a huge leap.
Source: QSR. Read the full article here.
- An economist from the University of Rochester was distraught after he could not find a bicycle for his son. After attending many stores he, as many others, are realizing that the supply chain is to blame. He has now been studying the supply chain and all of the issues that have come up to halt the process from going back on track. He has predicted that it will take us at least another year to get things back on track.
Source: Rochester.edu. Read the full article here.