Time-starved Americans have developed a demand for dining while they're dashing, no matter the daypart. Eating while driving their cars to work, grabbing a meal as they rush from the commuter train or snagging a snack while running errands have become commonplace as consumers constantly seek to multitask while on the run. Breakfast may be the last frontier for quick-service restaurants seeking to woo and satisfy hungry consumers on-the-go, as the spoils already have been awarded for ...
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