After testing Teriyaki Bowls in Western stores since late October, Jack in the Box officials last month revealed plans to roll out the lower-cost, high-margin menu item nationally by February next year. Like other players in the quick-service segment, the San Diego-based chain is turning to the rice bowl as a versatile and filling menu option more dependent on rice and vegetables than protein at a time when beef and chicken prices are expected to continue ...

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