Fermented foods, boutique coffee roasts, and Asian pancakes are some of the major hospitality trends set to boom in 2017 according to Silver Chef’s latest annual Hospitality Industry Success Index report...

Cold Rock Ice Cream is now selling slider-style ice cream burgers. The burger consists of a toasted brioche bun and customers can choose their own ice cream flavour and confectionery for the inside filling....

McDonald’s sees global sales drop trend continue Global fast food restaurant chain McDonald’s has announced a decrease in global comparable sales of 1.7 per cent in February 2015, continuing a downward...

Burger King opens beef-free restaurant in India Global fast food giant Burger King Worldwide, Inc. (Burger King) has opened its first Burger King restaurant in New Delhi in India. The opening marks not...

Tassal launches new Salmon Burgers in Australia Australia’s largest salmon producer Tassal has launched a new range of salmon burgers in Australia. The Tassal Salmon Burgers are available in Lemon Pepper...

Soft drinks, burgers and chips are the diet of Australia's youth, according to ABS findings Teenagers and young adults consume more soft drinks, burgers and chips than any other age group according...

Consumers in the UK are looking for something a little fancier than a basic burger and chips when they eat out, according to findings from global market research organisation Mintel. The latest research...

Irish fast food operator, Supermac’s, is set to open its first Australian store this year in Melbourne, Sydney or Perth. Supermac’s owner Pat McDonagh said he has already received six requests for...

Coles Supermarkets have announced a range of new gourmet beef products featuring Angus and Wagyu beef. Angus and Wagyu beef are both known for their marbling and tenderness, and are amongst the most prized...

New research from America has shown the burger industry outdoing the fast-food sector in general as premium burgers reign supreme. The solid results by chains like McDonald’s and Burger King were...