GOLDEN Colo. Boston Market began testing several lunch-focused menu items this week, including sandwiches, salads, fried foods and a “flavor bar” of different sauces and salsas. While the brand does not have plans for unit growth this year, it’s aiming for aggressive sales increases by bolstering its menu for the lunch daypart, said chief executive Lane Cardwell. “Boston Market was created as a dinner-only concept, and ...
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