Although on-premise wine sales dipped 2.6 percent from May to October compared to the same period last year, the news was much better for two surprising segments of the industry. Family dining and quick-service restaurants both saw double-digit growth, according to Restaurant Sciences, a company that tracks food and beverage product sales. To clarify, the firm defines family dining as places with average guest checks of less than $32 and quick serve as those with counter service only, so ...
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