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Moe's Southwest Grill To Launch National Kids Eat Free Program
Moe's Southwest Grill says beginning Sunday, April 18, all restaurants nationwide will offer one kids meal for children under 12 years old every Sunday with the purchase of an adult entree. Children can customize their kids meal with a kid-sized burrito, quesadilla or taco plus a cookie and drink.

To kick off the program, Moe's is teaming up with former reality TV star and mom, Cameran Eubanks Wimberly, to announce the Moe's Mini Chef Contest, giving children the opportunity to create and name their very own kids menu item.
 
Krispy Rice Celebrates First Anniversary With Limited-Edition Birthday Box
Krispy Rice, the delivery-focused Japanese concept from C3 and sbe, celebrates its first year of operation with the debut of a limited-edition Birthday Box, available April 3-30, that offers fans an exclusive preview of new menu items.

Krispy Rice debuted 13 new mainstay menu items – nine individual offerings and four combo boxes – on April 13. The virtual restaurant brand, which opened with eight locations in 2020, now delivers from over 40 ghost kitchens nationwide and will open its first brick-and-mortar restaurant this year.
 
Coffee Brand STōK Rewards Food Deliverers on 4/20
This 4/20, STōK Cold Brew is celebrating everyone's favorite day in April – National Cold Brew Coffee Day, of course – by providing food delivery people with STōK Cold Brew to fuel them through the joint holiday.

On what may be the munchiest day of the year, STōK is saluting those who deliver our food by giving them enough cold brew to cope with the surge in crave-worthy orders the day brings – plus a worthy $420 tip.
 
Canada Goose Announces New Sustainability Goals
Canada Goose published its 2020 Sustainability Report, which highlights the progress made towards its 2025 sustainability goals, sets new ambitious commitments and reaffirms its purpose to keep the planet cold and the people on it warm by strengthening its sustainability commitments and working with communities towards a brighter future for generations to come.

"This year's Sustainability Report builds upon the hard work we started in 2019 and takes it even further," said Gavin Thompson, Vice President of Corporate Citizenship, Canada Goose. "I've been incredibly inspired by our employees' from around the world and their commitment to sustainability and the significant progress we've made towards our aggressive goals that address social, economic, and environmental challenges."
 
Herman Miller Launches New eCommerce Marketplace for Small Businesses
Herman Miller announced the launch of Herman Miller Professional, a new eCommerce experience built for small to mid-size businesses looking to purchase online to outfit or update their offices.

The site comes at a perfect time as companies think through their post-pandemic workspaces. The new eCommerce experience is simple to navigate, has a curated set of products across Herman Miller's family of brands, provides business pricing on hundreds of styles, includes easy to share project boards, and provides a supportive shopping experience with live chat support.

"As a company with a foot in both the retail and contract worlds, we need to continue to evolve our experiences to fit the needs of these two diverse groups, especially in contract, where the size of our customers range from a dozen employees to thousands," says Ben Groom, Chief Digital Officer at Herman Miller.
 



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