Convenience has been important in the foodservice industry ever since businesses first began providing food to be consumed away from home. Long before there were quickservice restaurants or c-stores, there were mobile caterers at factory gates and "Harvey Girls" providing meals on cross-country rail trips. Still, convenience as a foodservice term has been used to mean many things over the years. Initially, it meant the availability of food in places where it hadn’t been ...

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