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Papa John's Sneaks Into Super Bowl With NFL Buy

By: Emily Bryson York on January 27, 2010

CHICAGO (AdAge.com) -- Papa John's has found a back door to the Super Bowl: The chain will run a 30-second spot just before halftime for the latest installment of its "Papa's in the House" campaign -- but its check for the ad time will be written to the National Football League, not to CBS.

'Meatnormous' Master Bogusky Pens Diet Book

By: Emily Bryson York on August 25, 2008

CHICAGO (AdAge.com) -- From the guys who coined "Meatnormous," introduced the Quad Stacker and unveiled the Double Croissanwich filled with "meat and cheese and cheese and meat," now comes ... a diet book recommending smaller portions.

Quiznos Franchisees Walloped by Recession

By: Emily Bryson York on October 20, 2008

LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) -- While the recession and banking crisis have taken a toll on the entire restaurant industry, a number of Quiznos franchisees claim to have been disproportionately affected.

FDA Demands Changes to Food and Beverage Product Labels

By: Emily Bryson York on March 03, 2010

In the latest of searing indictments on the package-food industry, the FDA has issued letters to 17 companies, including Nestle, Diamond Foods and POM, demanding changes to product labels.

Red Robin Calls in a Facebook Favor From 1,500 Fans

By: Emily Bryson York on September 28, 2009

CHICAGO (AdAge.com) -- Casual-dining chain Red Robin has begun using GoRecommend, an application that asks consumers if they'd like to post a recommendation on their Facebook page when they seem to have had a particularly pleasant experience. The chain is addressing a challenge many brands are trying to tackle in social media: how to turn passive fans into real brand ambassadors.

Burger King's Franco Starts Making Presence Felt

By: Emily Bryson York on June 25, 2010

CHICAGO (AdAge.com) -- With a new global CMO installed at Burger King, the changes are beginning to come. The chain recently dismissed long-time kids' agency Campbell Mithun, and another high-ranking marketing executive has left the company.

Food Companies Stay the Course

By: Emily Bryson York on August 04, 2008

LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) -- Rather than yank money out of marketing in an ailing economy, several top food players are doing just the opposite -- and reaping the rewards.