Crêpes are selling like, well, hot-cakes, according to a new wave of purveyors who are introducing updated versions of the thin French pancakes to Americans.Across the country, new crêperies are cropping up and older crêpe concepts are looking to grow as customers clamor for a food item that is relatively inexpensive, often portable, and familiar but not ubiquitous.“We decided that the product is so popular it was just a matter of having the right people promoting it in the right way,” said ...
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