STAMFORD, Conn. -- The popularity of on-the-go foods could have more to do with convenience than portability -- indicating an maturation of the category to cover additional uses outside of the "immediate consumption" timeframe for which the products were created, according to a new consumer survey that revealed the majority of consumers said they eat "on-the-run meals" in the home. No longer confined to dashboard dining, these items -- from numerous venues ranging from quick-service and ...
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