Operators in the breakfast-and-lunch segment are finding that the â€śearly to bed, early to riseâ€ť business model can make for happy employees and healthy returnsâ€”no matter the economy.With hours that contribute to workersâ€™ quality of life, limited menu items with attractive margins and comparatively low startup costs, breakfast-and-lunch eateries are catching the eye of both seasoned industry veterans and newcomers.The segmentâ€™s menus usually feature pancakes, omelets and skillets for ...
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