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Food quality trumps service in driving business growth
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Any restaurant owner knows that it takes a lot to drive business growth and stay relevant in today’s increasingly competitive foodservice landscape. However, simply put, food is a stronger predictor of overall satisfaction than service, value or atmosphere. NPD Group's Tyler Baks explains why.
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