Noodles & Company is Bringing the Flavor This Summer with the Launch of Three New Salads 2021/06/21 13:05:00 Benzinga
BROOMFIELD, Colo. , June 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Noodles & Company, the national fast casual brand known for serving globally-inspired dishes made fresh to order, today announced that they are testing brand new, bold, craveable salads in select locations. The salads are made with fresh, unique flavor combinations offering guests additional light and healthy options just in time to kick off summer. As an innovative leader in the restaurant industry, Noodles & Company has continuously sought to bring a variety of delicious dishes with globally-inspired flavors to its guests. As consumers begin returning to the workplace, Noodles'' new salads accommodate busy schedules by offering a quick, convenient lunch option while also supporting guests'' health at the same time. Fresh new flavors With the introduction of these new salads, Noodles & Company provides consumers with even more variety and unique flavors than ever before and strengthens its commitment to offer consistently delicious, fresh, and better-for-you options.
Analysts Offer Insights on Services Companies: Noodles & Co (NDLS) and Lions Gate Entertainment Class A (LGF.A) 2021/06/16 09:02:29 Smarter Analyst
Theres a lot to be optimistic about in the Services sector as 2 analysts just weighed in on Noodles & Co (NDLS) and The post Analysts Offer Insights on Services Companies: Noodles & Co (NDLS) and Lions Gate Entertainment Class A (LGF.A) appeared first on Smarter Analyst .
Noodles & Company to Participate at the Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference 2021/06/15 20:05:00 Intrado Digital Media
BROOMFIELD, Colo., June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Noodles & Company (NASDAQ: NDLS) today announced that the Company will participate in a fireside chat discussion at the Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference. Noodles discussion will start at 2:40 pm ET on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
Gender-neutral bathrooms became a flashpoint at Noodles & Company after a GOP lawmaker called the inclusive stalls ''stupid'' on Facebook. The chain''s CFO and VP of human resources outline why its... 2021/06/14 12:03:02 Business Insider Markets
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Here's the simple 5-step COVID-19 questionnaire Wells Fargo is using to decide if it's safe for employees to enter the office 2021/03/26 13:33:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Wells Fargo requires all of its employees to fill out a five-step COVID-19 questionnaire before they return to the office, a spokesperson told Insider. Staff must complete this form, which Wells Fargo sent to Insider, every day before they enter one of the bank's offices, they said. The questions ask about COVID-19 tests and symptoms — if any answers suggest a person might have the virus, they can't enter their workplace. The questions, detailed below, are based on coronavirus health guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Wells Fargo's policy is similar to those at other banks: JPMorgan told Insider in February it required its staff to take a daily-health check on a mobile or laptop before entering its workplaces. Meanwhile, sources told Insider that Deutsche Bank, Bank of America, and Credit Suisse are testing employees that work from the office on a weekly basis. The Wells Fargo COVID-19 questionnaire in full Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days?
Noodles & Company Joins the CEO Action Pledge, Advancing Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion 2021/03/17 13:00:00 PR Newswire
BROOMFIELD, Colo., March 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Noodles & Company (NASDAQ: NDLS), known for serving classic noodle, Zoodle, and Cauliflower Noodle dishes from around the world, announced today that it has taken the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge, to advance a more inclusive…
Noodles & Company CEO: Digital Shift Will Gain Momentum As Restaurant Industry Recovers 2021/03/05 09:00:47 PYMNTS
After an incredibly difficult 2020, many restaurants are beginning to have hope for the future. As more and more people get inoculated, with President Biden predicting that vaccines will be available to all adults before this summer, the new normal is beginning to come into view. Quick-service restaurant (QSR) chain Noodles & Company, for one, […]
Exclusive: Noodles & Company CFO Discusses Longer-Term Outlook, Says Chain Has 'A Lot Of Opportunity On The Top Line' 2021/03/04 18:31:42 Benzinga
Casual fast food chain Noodles & Co (NASDAQ: NDLS ) reported fourth-quarter results on Feb. 25 and discussed a three-year strategic growth plan. On Monday, Benzinga had the opportunity to chat with Noodles & Co. CFO Carl Lukach about the company's outlook one year after the coronavirus pandemic first rattled the restaurant industry. Lukach On Leveraging Digital Growth: Digital sales rose 128% year-over-year in the quarter and accounted for 62% of all sales. The "very high" growth should be seen as a key highlight from the quarter and can be attributed to management's investments and energy in its off-premise business, Lukach said. The company is seeing a favorable trend playing out, he said: restaurants that reopened dining rooms are seeing higher same-store sales performance. "We're encouraged that some of the digital mix that we've seen during the pandemic is more sticky and going to stick around," he said. Noodles & Co. will continue investing and improving its digital channel, but it won't overlook the importance of indoor dining, Lukach said.
Fast-Food Menu Prices Have Soared During The Pandemic 2021/03/02 17:49:01 Zero Hedge
Fast-Food Menu Prices Have Soared During The Pandemic Authored by Jonathan MAze via RestaurantBusinessOnline.com, The pandemic has apparently led to higher prices for fast food. In January, prices for food away from home—or menu prices—increased 3.9% year-over-year. That was the same rate as in December. That is also the highest rate for menu price inflation since late 2008, when the country was in a deep recession. But these menu prices aren’t evenly spread. Much of that abnormality can be traced to a certain type of restaurant: One without wait staff. According to federal data, prices at limited-service restaurants increased 6.2%. By contrast, prices at full-service restaurants increased 2.9%. What’s more, the gap first began to open in March of last year—when states closed dining rooms around the country. Check out this graphic: Limited service menu prices v. full service Prices at counter-service restaurants began increasing at higher rates starting last March. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics The difference can likely be explained in two words: Demand and wages.