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Operators are appealing to consumers' time constraints with sweet endings for off-premise celebrations.
The catering option serves 10 or more guests and allows them to customize their own burger.
The updates include changes in the chain's catering program, new digital enhancements, and a contribution from a Starbucks veteran who's been brought onboard.
The large-sized delivery option sells for $31.99, with no cooking required.
These menu offerings go beyond the typical takeout box.
Shrink the serving line popularized by Chipotle, make it mobile, and you have the latest way some chains are striving to differentiate their catering options.
As operators continue to look for new revenue streams, many are expanding or retooling their catering programs—and differentiating what they offer to the office crowd.
The ranks of restaurants refusing to accept bills and coins is steadily growing, with both one-offs and chain giants testing new ways of speeding service.
Instead of heeding what normally are yellow lights, restaurants stomped on the gas and crashed through barriers this week.
For its Catering Insights Program, Technomic interviewed sales reps and office administrators to dish on what they need from caterers for business events.
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