This is a special message from Schwan’s Foodservice. A flurry of new research is providing some surprising answers to the question of what consumers want to find on the next generation of restaurant breakfast menus. Bargain prices have been the trusted eye-openers to date, agree two studies released in mid-August. Indeed, value is cited as the reason why breakfast has been a rare opportunity for sales for a foodservice industry wincing from the economic downturn. Morning tickets ...
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