NEW YORK -- In its continued rapid expansion, Boston Market has rolled out a new service format here designed to move customers through its lines faster at peak hours. The fast-growing home meal replacement chain's New York area franchisee introduced the new unit, which de-emphasizes the company's cafeteria-style format for a more traditional fast food restaurant model. All new stores will be configured in the new format, and existing stores will retool, said a company spokeswoman. The ...

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