Convenience stores, supermarkets and other retail operators are looking to capture the hearts and stomachs of consumers by closing the prepared-food quality gap with restaurateurs.
 In addition to improving their food offerings, retail establishments are competing more aggressively with restaurants by merchandising the higher-quality food items at more moderate price points.
 This competition from outside the restaurant industry is being ratcheted up at a time when restaurateurs ...

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