— As if spending an evening in the adult arcade isn't enough, Dave & Buster's is allowing fans of the restaurant to play its games on mobile devices. On Thursday, D&B released mobile versions of three arcade games, which reward users with real tickets that can actually be redeemed for prizes at any of the restaurant's 76 locations. "Players redeem points for real-world ticket items that are automatically stored on their Power Card and redeemable for prizes at all Dave & Buster's restaurants across the U.S. and Canada," a spokeswoman said.
— Dunkin' Donuts wants to branch out beyond coffee, and the company is about to start testing tea in its Chicago market. A spokesperson told Bloomberg Dunkin' will try out five varieties: black, hibiscus, chamomile, mint, and "harmony leaf." If it's successful in Chicago, the company will likely expand the tea program nationwide.
— Koch Poultry Company's Aspen Foods is recalling 1.9 million prepared chicken products due to salmonella concerns. The new recall follows a recall of 1.7 million frozen chicken breasts earlier this week.
— Georgia-based fried chicken chain Church's is expanding into the New Zealand market. The chain, which operates Texas Chicken globally, has opened its first location in Auckland, and 20 more are planned for New Zealand. The second Texas Chicken restaurant in the country should open in November.
— India is expecting a record coffee crop, which will send exports from the nation skyrocketing. Exports are expected to rise 10 percent through March 2016, marking the biggest jump since 2011-12. Monsoon rains are behind boosted crop prospects, Anil Kumar Bhandari, a member of the state-run agency, told Bloomberg.