Oatmeal cups, donuts, even muffins: Snacks-on-the-go

Lassen, Mary
June 1998
FoodService Director;06/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p138
Trade Publication
Looks at the popularity of `grab-and-go' dessert items in school cafeterias. Increase in the sales of oatmeal cups and donuts; Offering of beverages and desserts in combination; Popularity of specialty cookies.


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