An increasing number of casual-dining operators are turning to turkey to help reignite sluggish sales while catering to those consumers who are looking for more nutritious dining-out options. As many chains in the casual segment continue their slow climb out of the sales-sapping recession, chefs and executives are finding that turkey can be a versatile addition to a restaurant's menu mix. “Turkey presents an opportunity for casual-dining chains to make their menus more relevant and ...
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