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Your Daily Inspiration For September 17

Thank Goodness for the Drive-Thru …

The service has been a part of the foodservice industry since the late 1940s. But it’s arguably never been more important than it is today.

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Americans Have Major FOMO Over Taco Bell’s New Custom Wine

Mexican chain created the vino, Jalapeño Noir, to pair with its Toasted Cheesy Chalupa. But it's only in Canada for the time being.

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Inspiring Organization

Golden Chick Stays Strong During COVID-19

Many businesses have furloughed employees to survive the pandemic. But the executive team for this Richardson, Texas-based restaurant chain of 192 locations took a pay cut to save jobs.

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By the Numbers

$20 million

That’s how much Los Angeles-based chain Panda Express, through its philanthropic foundation Panda Cares, pledged to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to establish the Panda Cares Center of Hope, which will support hospital programs and services that provide compassionate and healing care for patients and their families. The Panda Cares Center of Hope is a nationwide initiative launched this year in partnership with the Children’s Miracle Network.

Today's Quote/Unquote:

"Our unique value-oriented positioning combined with our expanding off-premise convenience is proving resilient and resonating with guests through our contactless or limited contact channels. I am pleased our nimble and focused approach resulted in comparable restaurant sales that sequentially improved from the fiscal second quarter and turned positive at both company-operated and franchised restaurants during the fiscal third quarter."

— John D. Cappasola Jr., president and CEO of Del Taco, on the Lake Forest, Calif.-based Mexican fast-food chain’s fiscal third-quarter results, which saw same-store sales rise 4.1% when compared to last year’s quarter.

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Landry’s CEO: What I’m Trying to do is be Positive

Tilman Fertitta (right) tells CNBC that good times for the restaurant industry will be back soon.

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