Of all of the dining sacrifices restaurant patrons have made as they sought ways to reduce spending during the recession, saying “no” to dessert does not appear to have been one of them, according to new research from Technomic. The Chicago-based firm’s “2010 Dessert Consumer Trend Report” found that “for the past three years, more consumers have consistently eaten more desserts.” And because dessert usually takes up the smallest amount of space on ...

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