LEBANON Tenn. As Cracker Barrel Old Country Store celebrates its 40th anniversary, Michael Woodhouse attributes the brand’s longevity to its unwavering consistency and great homestyle food and service.The 588-unit family-dining chain last year had foodservice revenues of more than $1.87 billion, according to Nation’s Restaurant News’ most recent Top 100 survey. And Woodhouse, president, chief executive and chairman of the Lebanon, Tenn.-based concept, says it’s his intention to raise the bar ...

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