Technomic study finds that shifting meeting times, late hours affect daypart
Restaurants are finding more opportunities to cater breakfast and dinner at offices, new research from Technomic Inc. finds. The Chicago-based market research firm reported in an update to its “Large Orders Off-Premise,” or LOOP, study, that 19 percent of the 1,200 business and medical office managers surveyed ordered breakfast catering at least once a week, compared with 13 percent in 2007. Dinnertime catering orders have increased more during that period, rising from 18 percent ...
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