Quick-service chains are stepping up already increased a.m. efforts to feed time-pressed consumers by making breakfast-on-the-go more convenient. While a few long-time breakfast leaders, namely McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts, are encouraging franchisees to open earlier, other quick-service chains are either planning to roll out breakfast systemwide or expanding portable choices. “Weekday time pressures are driving consumer restaurant choices toward limited service,” said ...

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