WHEN IT COMES TO TAKEOUT, full-service restaurants are losing ground. Mainstream supermarkets and quick-service rivals have made meals to-go more appealing, and specialty retailers like Whole Foods are nudging quality levels and choices closer to the restaurant experience. If you haven't figured out how to make your food travel well and how to cater to guests who have neither the time to cook nor enjoy a leisurely meal on the premises, you're ignoring reality. A Mintel study from ...
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