While not a completely unfamiliar term, line busting is gaining new currency as handheld devices enable operators to zap orders back to the kitchen from customers queued up at counters and drive-thrus. Part of the time patrons spend standing in line can then be used to prep their orders, moving them through the process more quickly.
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