Your guests may not want to cook, but that doesn't necessarily mean they want to invest the time it will take to order, consume and pay for a meal in your restaurant, either. To serve customers who value convenience or the freedom to chow down in their home theatre or kitchen, you need to think outside the box — your box — and figure out a way to make your takeout user friendly. The stakes are large. Some 36 percent of Americans told the National Restaurant Association in a survey that ...
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