Eating on the road before automobile cup holders became ubiquitous could be a messy proposition, with drinks spilling from the dashboard and sandwich contents squishing out from the sides of the bread. Now it’s not only beverages that are populating the holders: Dunkin’ Donuts, for one, is capitalizing on a trend of increased demand for on-the-go meals by designing food, and even containers, that have the multitasking driver in mind.“Our customer is looking for good-tasting, good-quality, ...
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