Here are some of the news stories trending this week on NRN.com.
Panera Bread announced a next-generation store redesign, featuring elements that highlight both digital convenience and in-store dining, including a double drive-thru with a dedicated pickup lane, and contactless ordering and dine-in with updated kiosks.
KFC sees the potential to triple in size in the coming years, especially in overseas markets, the Yum Brands fried chicken chain revealed in a Yum Global Investor Day Tuesday. This growth trajectory could yield more than the projected 4% annual unit growth for Yum.
Also, after reintroducing the fan-favorite menu item in March, Taco Bell has removed the Quesalupa from its menu after teasing a late-May removal of the limited-time offer. The item has been slowly phased out of menus across the country this week with no official announcement.
To check out what else happened this past week, click through the gallery to see what was trending on Nation's Restaurant News.