Tim Hortons to Go Café Style; Food Trucks Go to Disneyland
Breakfast items accounted for close to 60 percent of the restaurant industry's traffic growth over the past five years, and they continue to boost restaurants. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Following in the footsteps of the Scots, the Welsh are looking to reduce waste, by 70 percent by the year 2025. People will be encouraged to throw away less food and recycle. [BBC]
Tim Hortons is planning to revamp its concept and stores to have a more bakery-café look, in an effort to boost its U.S. sales. [Nation's Restaurant News]
The French are in danger of being turned off by food because of federal advertising campaigns warning against obesity, high cholesterol, and heart disease. [Telegraph]
Food trucks from Los Angeles and Orange County will be making their way to Disneyland for the new "Glow Fest Celebration" at the Hollywood Studios Backlot section of the park. [LA Times]
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