Breakfast sales at employee food services have significantly diminished over the past five to seven years, endangering the viability of corporate food services, indicates research by foodservice consulting firm Clarion Group. “While breakfast sales are lower than at lunch,” Clarion President Tom Mac Dermott says, “the decline has a negative effect on the food service’s profitability. The profit margin on coffee, bagels and scrambled eggs is far higher than the ...
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