Your local Buffalo Wild Wings will look very different soon

Copper cups to hold a boozy Moscow Mule are coming not to the local hipster craft cocktail joint down the street, but to your local Buffalo Wild Wings. Inspire Brands CEO Paul Brown — the former Arby’s turnaround champ turned leader of a fast-food kingdom that now includes Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Sonic —shares with Yahoo Finance the long-awaited changes that are about to hit 1,200-plus Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants. Rejoice, 21-year-old beer drinking March Madness bro. Some changes are as simple as the aforementioned copper cup as well as new uniforms and training for servers, both of which are meant to upgrade a dining experience that deteriorated under prior management. Others run as deep as removing items from the once exorbitant menu to improve costs and make it easier for customers to read. Oh, and to emphasize new shareable food items and drinks. Even the menu looks sleeker — think new local bar/pub as opposed to a Chili’s that happens to have a bazillion TVs playing sports inside. Brown’s goal with these Buffalo Wild Wings changes (and new sandwiches at Arby’s and foods at Sonic): reach $13.5 billion in sales this year, up from about $12 billion i...

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Related tags: Yogurt, Packaging, Sustainability, Recycling, Arla function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("Yogurt, Packaging, Sustainability, Recycling, Arla"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); With the demand for sustainable solutions increasing, Walki said dairy companies are looking to find alternatives to lids traditionally made of aluminum. The company said many customers, including Arla, want the entire package to be recyclable, not just the cup. Walki Lid matches the ability of aluminum lids on heat resistance, is a material that works with existing packaging processes, meets food safety standards and can be printed on. Walki Lid, Walki’s paper-based material for single-cup lids, is being used in Finland for Arla’s 175g Arla Luonto+ yogurts, a...

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Welcome to WIRED UK. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can opt out at any time or find out more by reading our cookie policy. Microsoft has created the world’s most powerful console. Could this next-generation machine lead to the rise of games as high art? In the former document archives of a Seattle-based insurance firm lurks the quietest room in the world. The human ear can hear down to zero decibels. Here, the sound of silence has been measured down to negative 20. “Welcome to the world of quiet,” whispers Gopal Gopal, a diminutive, middle-aged psychoacoustician working for Microsoft’s Devices division. As he closes the door, Gopal’s voice changes. I’m suddenly aware of the blood flow in my head. My ears ring and I swallow hard, as if rapidly descending from altitude. He’s standing beside me, but Gopal’s voice is struggling to pass through the air. To get this quiet, you’ve got to go to extreme lengths. The entire room, which was designed by Gopal, is cut off from the rest of Microsoft’s Building 87 and suspended on 63 giant springs. An air gap surrounds it and the walls are so thick that were a jumbo jet to take off o...

Global Gabion Boxes Market to Grow Significantly by Leading Players 2019-2025 | TianZe, ChangYi, Maccaferri

The global size of the Gabion Boxes Market is expected to present a substantial CAGR during the 2019 to 2025 forecast period. Marketdesk research study on global Gabion Boxes market utilizes SWOT analysis and Porter’s Five Forces analysis to expose the advantages, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in the market. The Gabion Boxes Report provides an overview and estimate of important industry growth, market size, and share. The Gabion Boxes report is an important source of guidance for companies and individuals offering the structure of the industry chain, business strategies, and new project investment proposals. For every business booster, policymaker, investor, and player, the Gabion Boxes report determines to be an essential document. The report details the global market for Gabion Boxes, providing detailed information on the past, present, and future of the market. Studies of market growth over the forecast period are made in the Gabion Boxes report based on a comprehensive study of the past market growth. Detailed information on the leading drivers and constraints of the Gabion Boxes industry is also presented, allowing the reader to get a precise idea of the market’s e...

CNH Industrial’s K-Line Ag Buyout to Boost Agricultural Growth

CNH Industrial N.V. CNHI recently announced its agreement to acquire K-Line Ag, the Australian manufacturer of agricultural implements. This acquisition will incorporate key tillage and residue management equipment, which is essential for ensuring maximum seedbed preparation and is a fundamental for productive yields. Additionally, it will also enhance the crop-production portfolios of Case IH and New Holland Agriculture, the company’s global brands of agricultural equipment. CNH Industrial’s Agricultural Segment’s growth strategy focuses on placing technological advancements at the service of its brands’ global customer base and developing an advanced digital farming offering. Thus, the integration of leading-edge tillage and residue management equipment is an essential. K-Line has become the largest tillage manufacturer in Australia by designing robust and reliable products for some of the world’s harshest soil conditions. Per CNH Industrial, the K-Line Ag acquisition is a concrete expression of the Agricultural Segment’s stated objective to seek both strategic acquisitions, in order to enhance the company’s agricultural offerings, as well as its role as an industry consolidat...

Rare Vixen Motorhome For Sale Is One Of Nicest We’ve Seen

Do you still remember the Vixen motorhomes from the late 1980s? These were regarded by many as the “drivers’ RVs” thanks to their low center of gravity, wide stance, and low drag coefficient. Divided into three built series, 21 TD, 21 SE, and 21 XC, a total of 587 examples were assembled between 1986 and 1989. One of these units is now up for sale in the Northern Michigan area and it could very well be one of the coolest second-hand recreational vehicles you can buy today. This blue Vixen is from the early TD series and has approximately 61,000 miles (98,169 kilometers) on the clock. That’s a relatively small mileage for such a machine, especially considering the fact that under the body is a BMW-sourced 2.4-liter diesel engine. The inline-six diesels of the Bavarians are known for their reliability if maintained properly (save for some overheating issues), and with 115 horsepower (85 kilowatts) and 162 pound-feet (220 Newton-meters), this one delivers decent power for the RV. The average fuel consumption, according to the current owner, is around 28 miles per gallon. The seller says the machine is in “excellent condition” and the photos accompanying the ad seem to confirm...

Conan: Serpent War #2 will now be drawn by Vanessa Del Rey, along with the solicited Stephen

Conan: Serpent War #2 will now be drawn by Vanessa Del Rey, along with the solicited Stephen Segovia. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order: Dark Temple #5 will now be drawn by Ruairi Coleman, along with the solicited Paolo Villanelli. CONAN SERPENT WAR #2 (OF 4) (W) Jim Zub (A) Stephen Segovia, Vanesa R. Del Rey (CA) Carlos Pacheco THE WRATH OF THE SERPENT GOD! WARRIORS ACROSS TIME DEFY THE ELDER GODS! JAMES ALLISON will soon die. But it’s not his first death. He’s lived many lives, in many places – lives he can recall in vivid detail. But when an Elder God called the WYRM reaches across time to James, an ages-spanning quest begins! The serpent god SET plans to usher in an eternity of darkness, and only the chosen warriors across time and space have a hope of stopping him: CONAN THE BARBARIAN, SOLOMON KANE, DARK AGNES, and the man known as MOON KNIGHT! In an unprecedented comics event, Robert E. Howard’s characters join forces along with Marvel’s Moon Knight, in an all-new saga built on REH and Marvel lore from across the ages! PARENTAL ADVISORYIn Shops: Dec 18, 2019 Final Orders Due: Nov 18, 2019 SRP: $3.99 STAR WARS JEDI FALLEN ORDER DARK TEMPLE #5 (OF 5) (W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Pao...

CityFest Mobility Panel: Car-Centric Mentality Won’t Change Overnight

Rivard Report (https://therivardreport.com/cityfest-mobility-panel-car-centric-mentality-wont-change-overnight/) Art Reinhardt, interim deputy director of the City’s Transportation & Capital Improvements department, said most of San Antonio’s current roads are built with 90 percent of the right-of-way and resources devoted to automobiles. Building complete streets in San Antonio will require changing minds and attitudes as the city attempts the transition from an automobile-focused system to one that accommodates all transportation modes, experts said Friday at a CityFest panel on mobility. The hour-long panel discussion presented by the Rivard Report included experts from across the country focused on transportation, public transit, and pedestrian safety. The controversy surrounding whether to construct bike lanes as part of a $42 million reconstruction of Broadway Street was a pivot throughout the conversation. Art Reinhardt, interim deputy director of the City’s Transportation & Capital Improvements department, said San Antonio currently has a transportation mode split of about 90 percent automobiles. A shift toward multimodal transportation will take a shift in the c...