Grocery, convenience and drug store retailers have long nipped at restaurant sales, but lately those retailers are stepping up their game in an effort to take bigger bites of the foodservice pie. A variety of freshly prepared foods are taking up the space that once held predictable roller-grill hot dogs, and venues are being upgraded to elevate the perception of retail-prepared foods and better appease consumers’ unrelenting need for convenience. For restaurant operators the ...

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