As with all things in life, blame it on celery.
They're the first casual-dining restaurant chains to get on the anti-soda bandwagon.
The group says the new rule goes too far beyond traditional government oversight.
The rule, requiring a scary emblem next to salty food, takes effect on Tuesday.
One benefit of having locations across the street from each other.
It's basically Amazon Dash but in a cutesy pizza box.
Unfortunately, it's going to make wait times even longer.
There are no plans to close affected stores in New York, Minnesota, California, or Ohio.
Plenty of people documented the "Numero Uno" location's late-night move.
The Justice Department says the chain will pay $355,000 and retrain employees.
Starting in 2017, your biscuit tacos will be a little more humane.
They claim the mind-set "that being sick is your fault" hasn't changed.
God bless the Chick-fil-A.
The "smart" technology has already proven effective at convincing people to buy more McFood.
The chain claims the delivery start-up ignored repeated requests to stop offering double-doubles and fries.
Starbucks really looks like a Grinch now.
They roll out nationwide in 2016.
Joe's Crab Shack will go gratuity-free at all 130 locations.