Which QSR Model is For You: Dine In, Take Away, Drive Thru or Pop Up?

When QSRs set up a new store, more time is now spent deciding the right service model to adopt. QSRs can still choose to focus on dine in and take away service for their traditional appeal, but more operators are exploring the relatively newer drive thru and pop up to appeal to the younger, on-the-go diners.

Why Generation Z could be crucial to the future of your business

In The NPD Group's latest topical, CREST data reveals the growing significance of the next generation.

See How Chatime and Student Edge Seduced the Student Market

When Chatime launched a campaign in partnership with Student Edge to offer vouchers and discounts to students, it set off a craze that has increased traffic to the tea chain’s stores.

QSRs Devise Menus to Satisfy Diet-Restricted Eaters

Brands are looking into how they can assist customers be informed about their food.

These QSRs Aren't Threatened by Rising Supermarket Rivals

Some QSRs may be feeling the competitive heat rise. More supermarkets, convenience stores and big-box retailers roll out their own prepared food choices and branded restaurant concepts. But two operators reveal why they are not sweating buckets just yet.

See How Top QSRs Protect the Environment and Source Food Sustainably

QSRs are often viewed as enemies of the environment and animals. But a new breed of brands that are more conscious of environment protection and ethical food sourcing are starting to change this perception.