Salad-bar sales cross economic borders, retailers say. Consumers use the offerings in a variety of ways. In addition to building a salad any way they wish, retailers report, customers are using salad bars for purposes other than lunch or a dinner side dish. Many customers are finding that the prepackaged precuts are not in the quantity they need and they are turning to the salad bar for stir fry and soup ingredients or as components for fruit and vegetable platters. "People like variety. ...
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