On Monday, NRN launched the first dedicated, searchable database featuring the NRN Top 200 census.
Available to NRN paid subscribers, the new site provides a customized user experience of the restaurant sales, growth, unit and segment data. It offers three years of data, broken down by 22 restaurant segments and sub-segments.
Specifically developed for today’s mobile-first environment, the site allows users to filter, sort and explore the complete report.
To view the searchable database, visit: https://www.nrn.com/top-200-restaurants/access-top-200-interactive-database
“NRN data and analytics have long been the benchmark for the industry. Creating this new engaging digital resource will enable more users to access content that pertains to their specific interests and identify trends and opportunities,” said Laura Viscusi, publisher of NRN Restaurant & Food Group.
“As foodservice business decision makers are increasingly looking for industry intelligence and insights to drive their businesses forward, our new dynamic environment will play an important part in their intelligence gathering.”
“For more than four decades, the Top 200 has been the barometer of restaurant performance. This interactive database is a great way for readers to experience the 45-year-old report in a new way,” said Jenna Telesca, editor-in-chief, Nation’s Restaurant News.
“It’s exciting readers will now be able to explore our comprehensive restaurant data on their own terms.”
About Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN)
NRN Restaurant & Food Group is the No. 1 source of business information for the foodservice industry. For more than 50 years, our venerable brands, Nation's Restaurant News, Restaurant Hospitality, Food Management, Supermarket News and MUFSO have served the information and engagement needs of foodservice and food retail professionals. Offering integrated media solutions from digital to print and events, the NRN Restaurant & Food Group is the media brand foodservice brands, executives, operators and advertising agencies turn to daily to help them tackle the challenges facing the foodservice industry.