The recent trial of new products, service style and décor will shape the chain's future direction
Sbarro’s recently ended a two-month trial of new products, service style and décor conducted at 10 test units will help shape the Italian quick-service chain’s future direction as it migrates into the fast-casual market, president and chief executive Jim Greco told Nation’s Restaurant News. Greco said Sbarro’s reformulated Neapolitan-style pizza was well received by customers, but the new line of made-to-order pastas and sauces did not generate as strong a ...
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