Industry observers who might wonder why quick-service chains feel the need to market $1 menus haven’t been tracking some of foodservice’s less obvious though no less formidable competitors, such as the snack bars operated by the Second 100’s in-store feeders. Clearly pushing the value proposition on top of their already evident convenience pitch are the retail-chain feeders Costco Wholesale Corp., with its proprietary food courts; Target Corp. and its homegrown Food ...
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