DALLAS Chiliâ€™s Grill & Bar is testing new kitchen equipment and other technology as part of an effort to slash service times, officials of parent company Brinker International Inc. told investors Tuesday. Coupled with new procedures, the initiatives could cut 15 minutes from what is now a 45-minute meal, said Brinker chief executive Douglas Brooks.He also cited benefits for the chainâ€™s ToGo takeout program. In the six markets where the new initiatives are in place and Chiliâ€™s is ...
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