The owners of Chop’t, a 13-unit fast-casual salad chain operating in New York and Washington, D.C., see a marked spike in sales every January as would-be dieters try to keep their New Year’s resolutions. Sales slip back to normal fairly quickly, however, and co-founder Tony Shure said most consumers seem to have forgotten about their resolutions by that most chocolaty of holidays on Feb. 14. Still, several chains are seeking to help the resolve of the dieting public in the ...
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