The past 18 months have been volatile; once commodities and gas prices settled, the economy took a nosedive, and consumers started to closely monitor expenditures. In-store bakers are left to figure out how to generate the most sales in an industry that is impulse-purchase driven. Fortunately, as more consumers eschew restaurants and go to supermarkets more frequently, the in-store bakeries are seeing higher customer counts. And, although bakery items are not a necessity, they are an ...
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