Follow the Menu Trends

Francella, Barbara Grondin
May 2008
Convenience Store News;5/5/2008, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p69
Trade Publication
The article reports on the current trend being followed by restaurants in the U.S. in designing their menus and its impact on the sales at convenience stores. It is stated that convenience store operators should keep an eye on the changing menu trends, which are expected to transform the American menu and consumer spending in 2008. It is predicted that, with the health benefits of whole grains becoming more widely known, certain nutritious grains will grow on the American restaurant menu.


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