The people's choice

October 1996
Progressive Grocer;Oct96, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p118
Trade Publication
Reports that a survey by the National Restaurant Association found that hamburgers are still popular with American restaurants' patrons. Amount of hamburgers and cheeseburgers sold in commercial foodservice establishments in 1995.


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