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    Which fast food restaurants accept EBT food stamps?

    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as Food Stamps, is a federally funded program which provides eligible, low-income individuals and families assistance to avoid food instability. The program however is run at a state level which means benefits vary state by state. Certain states participate in the SNAP Restaurant Meals Program, which allows the elderly, disabled, and homeless to use their SNAP EBT card at authorized restaurants. Here’s what you need to know… SNAP: how to apply and how it works There are strict eligibility requirements to qualify for SNAP benefits. If you want to sign up for  

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    How to eat on a low-fat diet at restaurants in Charlotte, NC

    The Ga Nuong banh mi from Banh Mi Brothers. Alex Barrymore/courtesy of Hau Doan READ MORE How to eat healthy at Charlotte restaurants in 2022 If you’re trying a new diet and don’t know how to order when you go out to eat, check out our guide: Going on a low fat diet doesn’t mean giving up some of the joys of dining out. On a low-fat diet, the goal is to limit the intake of oils and fats, specifically saturated fats, often in order to improve overall health. When dining out, here are some tips from the University of  

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    Christmas restaurants open 2021: Starbucks, McDonald’s, IHOP, Dunkin’

    If you’re looking to grab a bite to eat or a cup of coffee on Christmas, be prepared to find limited options Saturday. Major national restaurant chains like Olive Garden, Outback Steakhouse, Chili’s, Taco Bell and Chipotle are closed for the holiday. With Christmas falling on a Saturday, it means Chick-fil-A will be closed two days in a row since its restaurants are traditionally closed Sundays. But many Starbucks, McDonald’s and Dunkin’ locations will be open on Christmas, along with IHOP, Denny’s and Waffle House. You also might be able to order pizza from Pizza Hut, Domino’s or  

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    Impossible Foods opens vegan fast food restaurants in metro Phoenix

    Impossible Foods, the company known for its soy-based meat alternatives including the popular Impossible Burger, has opened four delivery-only restaurants in Arizona. The Impossible Shop operates out of Dog Haus restaurant locations in Phoenix, Gilbert, Tempe and Yuma. Plant-based meat companies including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat have seen a rise in popularity in recent years as they expanded to more grocery stores and began collaborations with national chains from Taco Bell to White Castle, which offer vegetarian menu items made using Impossible or Beyond faux meats. Impossible Food’s vegan products, ranging from chicken nuggets to sausages, are made  

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    Fast Food and Fast Casual Restaurants Are Becoming Increasingly Alike

    Fast-casual chains are adding drive-thrus and cutting down on wait times. Fast food is getting more expensive with slower service. Distinctions between the two types of restaurants are disappearing. Loading Something is loading. Quick-service chains got a boost across the industry over the last year and a half, and it’s changed how they work. Fast food keeps getting slower, while fast-casual chains have embraced drive-thrus and sped up service.  Fast food is fairly clearly defined, and recognizable to the average customer. Chains like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King sell food that can be quickly prepared and sold, often burgers and  

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    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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    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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