Rueben, turkey club, BLT—sandwiches are an American classic. While long a staple of the home kitchen, in recent years sandwiches have become the foundation of lunch and dinner menus at restaurants of all kinds. Today, consumers are purchasing more sandwiches away from home than ever. They are sitting down to eat them at all times of the day, but they’re also ordering more grab-and-go options as well. One reason sandwiches are growing is because operators are serving up creative ...
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