GOLDEN, Colo. -- Boston Market expects sales of meals for the holidays -- from Thanksgiving week through Super Bowl Sunday -- to rise as much as 80% over the same period last year. To fulfill that expectation, the retail food-service operator has introduced bundled holiday meals, added whole turkey breasts to its holiday menu and is advertising aggressively on television, according to Karen Rugen, vice president of communications at Boston Chicken the company that franchises and operates ...

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