As trends turn toward fresh, made-to-order and take-home dinners, some retailers focusing on service are installing highly visible restaurant equipment. And whether it's giant flaming rotisseries, hearth ovens, Brazilian churrasco grills or flashy prep stations, they are finding that equipment can help convey fresh perceptions, facilitate interactions between customers and staff and, ultimately, boost sales. “Retailers that are utilizing these very dramatic display cooking units and the ...
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