With even vaunted Starbucks Coffee feeling the pinch of consumer stinginess, many restaurant analysts and observers are predicting a less than jolly holiday season for much of the foodservice industry. As the same cost increases that are shrinking restaurant margins continue to eat into consumers’ spending power, operators are playing up their value propositions with a barrage of new marketing campaigns, special dining incentives and coupons intended to combat sluggish ...
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