In 7-Eleven Case, Massachusetts District Court Rules Franchisees Can Be Employees

by on March 24, 2022 0

A 7-Eleven storefront in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register No conflict between labor law and the franchise rule -court 7-Eleven said such a move would upend the franchise in Mass. (Reuters) – The Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that franchisees could be considered employees...

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Buffets go bankrupt as food prices rise

by on March 24, 2022 0

Plate of rice and banchan (side dish) at Bokcheong Korean buffet in Paju, Gyeonggi “When the owner of a restaurant I had been going to since 2020 stopped me at the door, I was taken aback,” a customer at an all-you-can-eat barbecue chain in Daejeon said last week during a phone call...

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Road Trip to the Restaurant: Prodigal Son Food Trailer

by on March 23, 2022 0

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Breakfast on wheels is what Prodigal Son food trailer brings to all of North Central West Virginia. The menu offers a handful of options for a quick morning bite, including breakfast sandwiches, waffle sticks, cookies and gravy and their own specialty sandwich “The Prodigal.” “It’s kind of like a pancake sandwich...

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Deborah VanTrece will open Oreatha’s at The Point in Cascade Heights next week

by on March 23, 2022 0

To realize his vision for Oreatha’s at The Point, VanTrece tapped Christian “Lucke” Bell, formerly of Atlanta restaurant Rock Steady, as executive chef. Look for globally inspired small plates like tempura miso fried artichokes with okra, shishito peppers, smoked garlic and roasted chili harissa aioli, and Italian-influenced fried duck ravioli with aglio e olio...

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11 banks violate loan disbursement limits

by on March 21, 2022 0

Central bank officials said lenders had five chances to adjust their ADRs, but even then a number of them did not take the course March 21, 2022, 10:45 p.m. Last modification: March 21, 2022, 11:09 p.m. Infographic: TBS “> Infographic: TBS Eleven banks – 10 private and one public – breached loan disbursement limits...

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Faces of some terrorizing online loan app agents, Nigerians exposed, other stories in newspaper review

by on March 18, 2022 0

The exposure of the identities of some loan application officers who defame and terrorize Nigerians has been making headlines for a week in major Nigerian media. Exposed: The faces of some online loan app agents terrorizing and defaming Nigerians Many Nigerians are said to struggle with high blood pressure due to the activities of...

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Ocado warns of food price inflation

by on March 17, 2022 0

Ocado has attracted a third more active customers over the past year, but warned that cost price increases are making the business environment difficult. The online retailer released a first-quarter business statement for the 13 weeks to February 27 and revealed that the number of active customers rose 31% year-on-year to 835,000. Customer orders...

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‘Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers’: Loan officer says loan resources available for local businesses – Reuters

by on March 16, 2022 0

SALISBURY — Ron Fisher wants to be clear: The Carolina Small Business Development Fund is a lending resource available to all small business owners. “I usually say we give loans to butchers, bakers and candlestick makers,” Fisher said. Founded in 1990, the Carolina Small Business Development Fund is a statewide financial institution dedicated to...

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Taffer’s Tavern at three locations nationwide in 2022

by on March 15, 2022 0

Growth of the NextGen Casual brand builds on a successful first year with significant franchise development Alpharetta, Georgia (RestaurantNews.com) Taffer Tavernthe innovative full-service tavern concept founded by a leading hospitality expert and star of Paramount Network’s rescue bar, Jon Taffer, recently celebrated the first anniversary of its inaugural location in Alpharetta, Georgia. Looking ahead,...

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Dua Lipa has great taste when it comes to food, as evidenced by her list of restaurants in Houston over the weekend

by on March 14, 2022 0

Dua Lipa understands. She came to Houston last weekend as part of her Future Nostalgia tour, for which she performed at the Toyota Center on March 12, and hit up some of the city’s best restaurants during her visit. . It is well documented that being famous, rich Where powerful doesn’t necessarily mean you...

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New York Brunch Institution Sadelle’s opens Wednesday in Dallas’ Highland Park Village

by on March 12, 2022 0

Dallasites who were eagerly awaiting the planned opening of Major Food Group’s darling deli At Sadelle’s may expire this week. Known as a “brunch institution” in New York, Sadelle’s debuts at the iconic address of 1 Highland Park Village in the space formerly occupied by Royal Blue Grocery, with an interior redesigned for the...

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Turkish cuisine restaurant planned for the high street in Naas, Kildare, planning permission documents show

by on March 9, 2022 0

Building permit documents show that a new restaurant specializing in Turkish cuisine has been proposed for a property on South Main Street in Naas. The applicant, a company called Qasim Foods Ltd, is seeking permission from Kildare County Council (KCC) for a number of changes. First, Qasim Foods Ltd is seeking KCC’s consent for...

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Dave’s Hot Chicken is expanding to Connecticut

by on March 8, 2022 0

CONNECTICUT – The fast food market in the state is really heat. Dave’s Hot Chicken announced on Tuesday that it has signed a multi-franchise deal with serial fast-food restaurateur Chris Johnson. Johnson has opened and operated 69 Burger King locations in seven different states over the past nine years. According to business site Franchising.com,...

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Farmers warn climate crisis will empty shelves and drive up food prices

by on March 8, 2022 0

Empty supermarket shelves will become commonplace unless urgent action is taken to tackle climate change, a new report has warned. Supermarkets in flood-hit areas on Australia’s east coast are again experiencing shortages. Photo: Mick Tsikas/AAP Advocacy group Farmers for Climate Action says Australians are already paying more for essentials such as meat, bread and...

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Men responsible for 2020 anti-Turkish restaurant attack face conviction – NBC Los Angeles

by on March 8, 2022 0

Two Los Angeles men face sentencing on Monday for attacking diners at a family-owned Turkish restaurant by shouting anti-Turkish slurs, throwing chairs at the victims and threatening to kill them. William Stepanyan and Harutyun Chalikyan both pleaded guilty last year to federal conspiracy and hate crime charges. The two criminal offenses together carry a...

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Barberitos celebrates Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with its female leadership

by on March 7, 2022 0

Fast food chain managed and led by many women in all its establishments Athens, Georgia (RestaurantNews.com) To mark Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8, Barberitosa fast-casual burrito restaurant with over 50 locations across the Southeast, is thrilled to celebrate the women who have grown the restaurant and carried out its...

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Rising food and gas prices are a big concern for First Nations in northern Manitoba who are already feeling the effects

by on March 7, 2022 0

First Nations communities in northern Manitoba are already paying high prices for fuel and groceries, and many are concerned about the impact rising costs will have on struggling families. “The prices are extremely ridiculous,” said Tanya Highway, mother of three. Highway is Cree and a member of Barren Lands First Nation in Brochet, approximately...

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Your chance to win a fully equipped food truck

by on March 6, 2022 0

It saddens The Menu to learn of the impending demise of a relatively new food truck business – Cork-based Sebastian Thommen’s Toast Pantry & Coffee Bar – which started with such potential in May 2020. keep from feeling like he’s not alone by daydreaming about the possibilities inherent in taking said food truck as...

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Out and About WRAL.com

by on March 4, 2022 0

Fayetteville, North Carolina — Quick, make a list of the best gastronomic cities in the world. You may be thinking of London, Paris and New York, and you should. But you can find some of the best restaurants here in Fayetteville. More than 12,700 Fayetteville residents work in the food industry. This statistic scratches...

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National Deli Day is Thursday

by on March 2, 2022 0

This Thursday, March 3, is National Charcuterie Day. National Deli Day, according to National Day Calendar, was designed for sandwich and snack makers. Call them charcuterie, charcuterie, charcuterie, or charcuterie, people love them. From charcuterie staples like turkey and ham to culinary delights like salami and prosciutto. There are many delicatessens throughout the Hudson...

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MOOYAH Signs Biggest Development Deal Ever

by on March 1, 2022 0

Marc Verderame, MOOYAH Burgers, the new owner of the Fries & Shakes franchise, has signed the brand’s largest development deal to date. The New York native, the restaurant industry veteran brings his expertise to the Best Burger franchise, opening 15 new locations in Palm Beach County over the next 10 years. The first lease...

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Published menus for Cleveland Restaurant Week promotions

by on March 1, 2022 0

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Menu details have been released for the upcoming Cleveland Restaurant Week. Nearly three dozen locally owned independent restaurants are taking part in the promotion, which actually spans two weeks, from Monday, March 14 through Friday, March 25. The restaurants are part of the Cleveland Independents Consortium. The promotion, which takes place...

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Booster Juice Partners with Field Roast™ to Deliver Plant-Based Protein for the First Time | Illinois

by on February 28, 2022 0

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 28, 2022– Greenleaf Foods, SPC, owner of leading plant-based brands Lightlife® (“Lightlife”) and Field Roast™ (“Field Roast”), today announced that it is partnering with Booster Juice, the largest chain of juices and smoothies in Canada, to bring protein to its permanent menu for the first time. Starting March 1, Booster Juice’s 410...

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Food bank plays key role in rising grocery prices

by on February 27, 2022 0

As food prices rise, the Eastern Illinois Food Bank continues to support thousands of eligible people in our area. Saturday (26 Februaryand) a free food distribution was held at Mark Denman Elementary School in Danville for those who qualify. Staci Disney, the volunteer captain of Foodmobile, described the types of food they give...

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Mike Copeland: Another Buc-ee is in central Texas; Food Truck Event; Neighbor milestone; Gas prices | Local business news

by on February 26, 2022 0

Selling the resort “is always a possibility,” Brad Davis said in an interview. But the top priority is still finding someone to rent out the whole site. “Everyone in the trucking industry in the United States knows Central Freight and knows that replicating something like that would be very expensive,” said Brad Davis. “I...

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SBI aims for a paperless home loan process

by on February 26, 2022 0

Hyderabad: More than 90% of State Bank of India’s home loan customers are first-time home buyers, the bank’s managing director (R&DB) Challa Sreenivasulu Setty said at the opening of the SBI Mega Property Show on Saturday. at the Hitex Exhibition Hall. “The Mega Property Show is not only a platform for the bank to...

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Local families, charities and independent grocers struggle to cope with rising food prices: Andrew Coppolino

by on February 26, 2022 0

In November, Bashar al-Hendi was working hard to protect his customers from pandemic-induced price hikes at Ammar’s halal butcher and specialty grocery store in Kitchener. Despite his best efforts, three months later he says he has no choice but to raise those prices. “Costs for us increased by 10-15%, so we had to increase...

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Clarksville auto dealer charged in federal court with bank fraud and falsifying loan information

by on February 24, 2022 0

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – A car dealer who owned a business in Clarksville was charged in federal court Thursday with bank fraud, stemming from a scheme in which he falsified loan information and defrauded several credit unions. Andrew Oliver, 31, of Cadiz, Kentucky, owner of First Choice Auto Sales in Clarksville and AJ’s...

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6 St. Louis chefs and 1 restaurant are 2022 James Beard Awards semi-finalists | off the menu

by on February 24, 2022 0

Several St. Louis-area chefs and restaurants are among the semi-finalists for the James Beard Foundation’s annual awards, which were announced Wednesday. The James Beard Awards return in 2022 after a two-year hiatus. The 2020 awards were canceled before the winners were announced. No awards were held in 2021. During the break, the James Beard...

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The Tutor Doctor franchisee left his career at McDonald’s to offer courses in Southampton

by on February 23, 2022 0

A BUSINESSMAN has traded his corporate career at McDonald’s for a new venture tutoring young people. Adie Twining, from Southampton, spent 28 years working for the fast food giant, becoming franchise manager, before stepping down during the pandemic. He took over the local franchise of Tutor Doctor, which provides in-person and online help to...

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Southampton businessman trades McDonald’s career for new education venture

by on February 21, 2022 0

A MCDONALD’S employee ditched Big Macs and McFlurry’s for a career in the classroom. Southampton businessman Adie Twining has swapped his corporate career at McDonald’s to start a new venture with home and online tutoring company Tutor Doctor. After graduating with a business degree from the University of Southampton, Adie started working for the...

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50+ years as America’s food and health watchdog

by on February 17, 2022 0

Story Founded in 1971 by microbiologist Michael F. Jacobson and two other scientists, oceanographer James Sullivan and chemist Albert Fritsch, the Center for Science in the Public Interest quickly carved out a niche for itself as America’s leading public health advocacy organization. food security and nutrition, campaigning for early reforms such as the elimination...

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$150 million AfDB loan to support green recovery in Indonesia

by on February 16, 2022 0

TEMPO.CO, Manila – The Asian Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $150 million loan to support a facility aimed at accelerating Indonesia’s economic recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and catalyzing public funds and to support green and bankable infrastructure projects to help the country achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)....

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9 Amazing Restaurants to Try in Morro Bay

by on February 14, 2022 0

Ocean-to-table cuisine is more than a slogan in Morro Bay, California. The fishing boats lining the docks along the downtown Embarcadero of the small town on California’s Central Coast offer a picturesque glimpse of what to expect at the many waterfront restaurants. Diners can expect catch-of-the-day choices including halibut, rockfish and lingcod that are...

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Nathan’s famous stock is a buy on high growth catalysts (NASDAQ: NATH)

by on February 14, 2022 0

mizoula/iStock Editorial via Getty Images Investment thesis Nathan’s Famous Inc. (NASDAQ: NATH) is an attractive investment opportunity for value-oriented investors. The company operates with an asset-light business model that requires little capital and provides stable operating cash flow. Plus, it’s a company that’s been around for over 100 years and I’m pretty confident it...

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As the cost of living soars in NL, seniors’ advocacy groups are sounding the alarm

by on February 12, 2022 0

Seniors’ advocacy groups say the cost of living in Newfoundland and Labrador is forcing the vulnerable population to make tough choices. (Shutterstock) The rising cost of living in Newfoundland and Labrador is particularly hurting seniors living on fixed incomes, according to advocacy groups that support the province’s aging population. Gasoline prices continue to hit...

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Hudson Ice Fishing Prostitution Fears

by on February 12, 2022 0

Related video: Does ice fishing lead to prostitution? I-Team investigation HUDSON, Ohio (WJW) — Some restaurants in Hudson are serving some interesting drinks after the mayor’s ice fishing concerns made headlines this week. While discussing the possibility of allowing ice fishing in the city during a council business meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Craig Shubert...

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Two women ran a £4million loan shark operation from their home in Tooting

by on February 11, 2022 0

Two women, including an NHS hospital matron, have been convicted of running a £4million loan shark operation from their home in Tooting. ©Getty Images cashmoneysterling251019.jpg Luz Guerra Villar, 65, and Leticia Manipol, 69, lent large sums of money to other members of the South London Filipino community, using Facebook, text messages and WhatsApp messages...

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