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    #BareShelvesBiden Trending On Twitter As Supply Chain Crisis Continues

    The hashtag #BareShelvesBiden was the top trending political topic on Twitter on Friday morning getty The hashtag #BareShelvesBiden was the top trending political topic on Twitter on Friday morning, with more than 47,000 tweets. Critics of President Joe Biden also took aim with the hashtag #EmptyShelvesJoe, and accused the commander-in-chief of mismanagement. This comes after Biden had announced that the Port of Los Angeles, the largest in North America, would operate 24-hours a day to help get products flowing back on store shelves. The complex global supply chain has been seriously impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, and in recent weeks  

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  • Fat Free Food

    Wave of New Plant-Based Protein Products Hitting Chain Restaurants Around the World

    VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — USA News Group – New options for plant-based proteins and meat alternatives are sprouting up in restaurants and grocery stores around the globe. According to a recent NY Times piece, these include multi-billion dollar chain Peet’s Coffee adding a mung-bean based vegan breakfast sandwich to its menu, soft-serve shop 16 Handles, collaborating with Oatly Group AB (NASDAQ:OTLY), and Panda Express adding a faux chicken item from Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) to its menu. In order to meet this increasing demand, many will be turning to the innovators in the space, including Oatly 

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    A fast-food chain is bringing corporate employees to work in its restaurants

    Video above: Survey ranks the best fast-food restaurants in AmericaNational fast-food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has a new solution to the restaurant industry’s labor shortage — it’s asking corporate employees to work as fry cooks and cashiers.The privately-held Louisiana-based company has a total of 750 corporate employees, 500 in its Dallas office. Of those, 250 will be going in the field as front-line employees. Another 250 who work as marketers and trainers will shift to restaurant and recruiting jobs.The employees will be housed in hotels for one to two weeks at company expense. Other corporate employees will be working  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    A fast food chain is bringing corporate employees to work in its restaurants

    The privately-held Baton Rouge, La.-based company has a total of 750 corporate employees, 500 in its Dallas office. Of those, 250 will be going in the field as front-line employees. Another 250 who work as marketers and trainers will shift to restaurant and recruiting jobs. The employees will be housed in hotels for one to two weeks at company expense. Other corporate employees will be working to recruit more workers or will work in one of the company’s more than 500 drive-throughs. “It’s all hands on deck,” co-CEO and COO AJ Kumaran said. Most of the corporate workers will have  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Burger King 1st fast-food chain to test Impossible plant-based chicken nuggets

    The nuggets will launch in select cities Oct. 11. October 6, 2021, 4:29 PM • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Burger King wants customers to have it their way and soon that will include a new plant-based menu option. While the fast-food chain restaurant is famous for its flame-grilled Whopper, Burger King has a new innovation that taps into the growing plant-based trend with Impossible nuggets. Burger King announced Wednesday that it will test the plant-based nuggets from Impossible Foods in Des Moines, Boston and Miami starting Oct. 11, available in an eight-piece  

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    Burger King Is the First Fast-Food Chain to Serve Vegan Impossible Nuggets

    On October 11, Burger King will become the first fast-food restaurant chain to offer Impossible Foods’ vegan nuggets. The nuggets will be available in an eight-piece order with a choice of dipping sauce only at Burger King locations in Des Moines, IA, Boston, MA, and Miami, FL. The new menu item is a limited-time launch to test the meat-free item with consumers.  The Impossible Chicken Nuggets Made from Plants are crafted from a base of soy and sunflower oil and feature a crispy breadcrumb coating and a juicy, meaty interior. Burger King has confirmed that the plant-based nuggets will be  

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    Fast-food chain sending corporate staff to restaurants to fill in as cooks, cashiers

    (ABC4) – Labor shortages have been ongoing in recent weeks. It has not only put a strain on the supply chain but left businesses scrambling to keep up with the demand. Among those seeing an impact appears to be the national food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. In a Wednesday release, Raising Cane’s says it will be sending half of its corporate team across the country to work in its restaurants. Utah ‘Shark Tank’ contestant arrested, accused of fraud “The first thing we teach new hires at Cane’s is that we are all Fry Cooks & Cashiers, and this  

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