Boston Market's pilot test of 10 revamped stores in the West Palm Beach, Fla., market has resulted in double-digit sales increases at some locations and may soon lead to a systemwide rollout of china and silverware, chief executive Lane Cardwell said. The repositioning test begun last week involves a prominent new Chef’s Hot Case in the counter area that suggests that the 520-unit chain’s foods are sitting on a stove top instead of a cafeteria steam table, as well as new food ...

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