As the lingering recession prompts consumers to be more cautious with their dining dollars, restaurant chains are waking up to the opportunities of breakfast catering.While breakfast has emerged as an increasingly lucrative daypart, some operators find morning catering can help them recoup revenues lost as businesses cut back on lunch spending. Observers say customers often can stretch their food dollars further on less expensive, but higher-margin menu items such as eggs, pastries and ...
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