SAN DIEGO —Quick-service chains industrywide are cautiously balancing their need to launch enticing new products with the inclination to counteract rampant inflation in key commodities. In what can be seen as the latest example, Jack in the Box has unveiled an ambitious lineup of new menu items designed to boost slowing traffic as the San Diegobased chain faces a challenging year of soaring food costs and reduced consumer spending. ...

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