It's hard enough to get customers into restaurants, let alone supermarkets, for breakfast,. Yet a handful of independent retailers have found that unique offerings can make their stores a morning destination for retirees, busy moms and professionals looking to treat clients or employees. Breakfast is the most heavily trafficked meal of the day at Buehler's restaurants, according to Mary McMillen, director of consumer affairs for the Wooster, Ohio-based company. Buehler's opened its first ...
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