More Americans are expected to hit the road this weekend, kicking off a summer that foodservice operators hope will continue to fuel the sales recovery that began for many this spring. Travel organization AAA projects that 32.1 million people will travel over the long Memorial Day weekend, an increase of 5.4 percent compared with last year when 30.5 million Americans took trips. And, as millions of travelers seize the opportunity to take a holiday break, restaurateurs across the nation are ...
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