Healthful items, ethnic influences and lower price points are reshaping catering menus as restaurateurs gear up for the crucial holiday season in an increasingly crowded field. While corporate and consumer spending on catered events remains tepid, some operators are reporting an uptick in holiday bookings and are optimistic about the coming months. And even though catering sales are not as robust as they were before the recession, restaurateurs seeking new revenue streams are still entering ...
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