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Operators can capitalize on these preferences and attract more diners to cheese dishes — by making the following adjustments to their menu offering.
The Little John sandwiches sell for $3 and are about an inch and a half smaller than the chain’s traditional offerings.
To keep things interesting, operators should consider offering seasonal soup LTOs—offerings that incorporate the flavors of fall and winter—to entice diners.
The fast-growing chain partnered with a bun supplier to create a low-carb, high-fat burger, becoming the latest chain to create a menu item for followers of the trendy diet.
A roundup of items that are in the works or launching in chains.
More than 10,000 locations plan to offer the sandwich as early as Monday.
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