LEBANON TENN. —Proving that having “Old” in its name does not preclude a restaurant chain from trying new things, family-dining operator Cracker Barrel Old Country Store has augmented its food safety and quality assurance program with software and handheld computing devices. Executives of 560-unit Cracker Barrel, which is owned by CBRL Group Inc., based here, said the chain is using Steton software to accelerate data collection, analysis and reporting tied to ...
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