Even as the pundits forecast another year of challenging business conditions for the foodservice industry, few believe the “Great Recession” has permanently cooled the consumer’s ardor for dining out.Still, some say, restaurants in post-recessionary America will find themselves having to compete even more aggressively than before for their slice of the spending pie—which itself could be smaller than it has been in previous years.A year after the nation’s economy teetered on the brink of ...
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