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Cafe X is slated to open Robotic Coffee Bars at several U.S. airports. The company is preparing to launch a licensing business model and will expand to new markets in 2020, including New York City. Full Story
Tim Hortons will discontinue Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches in all Canadian provinces except British Columbia and Ontario. Tim Hortons indicated that the move to pull Beyond Meat from the remainder of stores in Canada may not be permanent, reported Business Insider. Full Story
Burger King will no longer offer plastic toys in U.K. kids' meals. The move is estimated to save 320 tons of single-use plastic each year. By 2025, the chain wants its packaging to be 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable, reported CNBC. Full Story
Fuddruckers will open in Robinsonville, MS. Full Storyread more
As you shop this summer for groceries, you likely will interact with one or more of the 362,000 young people who are learning important job skills while earning money at our members’ stores. For many of these young employees, this first job opportunity will serve as a steppingstone for a future career in grocery, retail, sales – or even a different industry – but those who have the chance to take advantage of these...
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