- Although Elon Musk just purchased Twitter, it doesn’t stop there. Musk is looking to make waves in the restaurant business by launching a 24-hour charging station based in Los Angeles, CA that would double as a drive-in restaurant and a movie theater. It will act like a rest stop… grab some food, charge up your Tesla, use the restroom, and maybe even catch a movie and then be on your way to your destination.
Source: Restaurant Business. Read the full article here.
- With students across the country only having a few weeks of school left, high inflation, rising food costs, and disruptions within the supply chain are affecting their school cafeterias offerings that students know and love. Hamburgers and chicken patty sandwiches are some of the fan-favorites that have been impacted at some school cafeterias due to the high cost of buns and ketchup.
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- Sustainability is at the forefront of the restaurant business more than ever. Consumers are proactively looking for sustainable options to do their part in reducing pollution. Companies like PepsiCo have stated that it is their goal to make 100% of their packaging materials recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025 – and we imagine that other large companies will follow suit.
Source: Food Dive. Read the full article here.