Penn Station Gets a Revamp, Kellogg’s Opens NYC Restaurant and Much More

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August 11, 2016

Penn Station EC Subs Interior

Equipment Advances Lead to Sub Chain Redesign

Sometimes advances in kitchen equipment technology can impact not just the menu but the entire customer experience. Penn Station East Coast Subs is the perfect example.

Kellogg’s Opens NYC Restaurant

Kellogg’s has opened its first-ever permanent restaurant, located on Broadway in New York City. The operation, which opened on July 4, specializes in dishes featuring Kellogg’s cereals. Menu offerings include milk and ice cream-based creations that combine cereals with ingredients like green tea powder, lemon zest, toasted coconut and banana chips.


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Juice It Up! Opens Gym Store

Irvine, Calif.-based Juice It Up! has opened a location inside an LA Fitness in Arlington, Texas, the chain’s ninth nontraditional opening.

Cheddar’s Gets New Name, Logo

Cheddar's New Logo

Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen announced that it has completed rebranding efforts on its 96 corporate-owned stores. This project included changing the company’s name and signage from its previous identity, Cheddar’s Casual Cafe, as well as a redesigned menu.

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A quick rundown of branding news, expansion plans, franchise efforts, restaurant openings and more.

Jamba Juice Interior

Jamba Juice Opens “Innovation Bar”

Jamba Juice has opened an “innovation bar” location in Pasadena, Calif., where the operation will create and test new food and beverage creations.

Trend: Hot and Heavy with Pizza Ovens

Neopolitan Pizzeria Oven

Pizza Napoletana can only be made in a wood-fired oven that has reached a temperature of 485 degrees C (905 degrees F). Take a look inside three authentic pizzerias to discover how they imported, installed and integrated these enormous ovens into the design of their restaurants.

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