Eat This Not That is an iconic food court chain that is undergoing a significant makeover and opening new locations. The chain is known for its delicious and healthy food options, and its commitment to providing customers with the best possible experience. With the new makeover, Eat This Not That is taking its commitment to health and wellness to the next level. The chain is introducing new menu items, expanding its locations, and introducing new technology to make ordering and dining easier and more enjoyable. With its new look and offerings, Eat This Not That is sure to become an even more popular destination for health-conscious diners.
This Iconic Food Court Chain Is Undergoing a Significant Makeover and Opening New Locations
Eat This Not That is excited to announce that one of the most iconic food court chains in the world is undergoing a major makeover and opening new locations. The chain, which has been around for decades, is known for its delicious and affordable food options, and now they are taking it to the next level.
The chain is introducing a new menu that features healthier options, such as salads, wraps, and sandwiches. They are also introducing a variety of vegan and vegetarian options, as well as gluten-free options. The chain is also introducing a new line of specialty drinks, such as smoothies and frappes. The chain is also introducing a new loyalty program, which will reward customers for their loyalty.
The chain is also expanding its locations, with new locations opening up in major cities across the country. The chain is also introducing a new mobile app, which will allow customers to order their food ahead of time and pick it up at the store. The app will also allow customers to pay for their food with their phones.
The chain is also introducing a new rewards program, which will give customers points for every purchase they make. The points can be used to get discounts on future purchases. The chain is also introducing a new delivery service, which will allow customers to have their food delivered to their door.
The chain is also introducing a new online ordering system, which will allow customers to order their food online and have it delivered to their door. The chain is also introducing a new catering service, which will allow customers to order food for large events.
The chain is also introducing a new line of products, such as snacks and desserts. The chain is also introducing a new line of gift cards, which can be used to purchase food at any of the chain’s locations.
Eat This Not That is excited to see the changes that this iconic food court chain is making and the new locations that are opening up. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for this beloved chain!
Thirty years ago, malls were the epicenter of American life, a place where everything and everyone could be found. These days, the once-omnipresent mall is almost a relic, having lost much of its pedestrian traffic and allure as a teenage hangout harbor. And one food court brand wants to break out of those confines before the ship sinks completely.
Auntie Annie’s, the iconic little pretzel shop, has embarked on a huge brand transformation, introducing drive-thrus to its service model. Having been known as an impulse draw for hungry shoppers looking to grab a bite between stores, Annie’s is aiming to reinvent itself as a snack destination.
The 1,200-location brand opened its first drive-thru location in Wylie, Texas last year, which is co-branded with its sister company, Jamba Juice. It has since opened two more locations in El Paso, Texas, and Nampa, Idaho, and an Atlanta, Ga., location is set to debut later this year. Altogether, the once mall-bound chain now has plans for 12 new drive-thru locations by the end of 2022, according to Restaurant Dive.
The brand has also improved its digital presence, honing its app and loyalty program, which now includes about two million members. It also begun offering the ability to order ahead and is working on including a separate area for mobile pickup customers at its locations.
The hard work has paid off as Auntie Annie’s has had a stellar year. Its sales rank skyrocketed from 105 to 76, showing 64.6% growth over the past year, according to the 2021 NRN Top 500.
Just four years ago, the brand could still be found in over half the malls in America, according to Restaurant Business. But with the new drive-thru locations, Auntie Annie’s is seeing a transformation in the behavior of its customers who are transitioning from malls and airports, the types of places that were originally its bread and butter.
These days, its new drive-thru stores welcome a different crowd than the famished mall shoppers that used to frequent it. Now the chain caters to more late-night snackers, which is something that wasn’t possible during regular mall hours. Even though it’s open during the day, most of the shop’s traffic comes during the afternoon and the late evening.
Auntie Annie’s doesn’t plan on saying goodbye to the mall, however. It knows its customer base still loves having it there and has recently made a viral Tik Tok proclaiming, “We will always be in the malls, but we’re opening drive-thrus.”