With retail food inflation climbing at a more rapid rate than menu price increases, operators are finding that American families have yet one more reason to be receptive to such value packages as bundled dinners and home-meal replacement offers. But while chains like KFC, Pizza Hut, Bob Evans, Long John Silver’s, Mimi’s Cafe and Zoës Kitchen are pushing the value button, they are not losing sight of the continuing need to underscore other messages like convenience and ...
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