EAT AND RUN

Lots of consumers skip breakfast. Those who do take time to eat, increasingly do so on the run. Eleven percent of morning meals are eaten outside the home, and 6% are eaten on the go, double the rate of a decade ago, according to a recent story in The Washington Post.The breakfast daypart is fueling growth for restaurants as well. The National Restaurant Association reported that 40% of its members

Lots of consumers skip breakfast. Those who do take time to eat, increasingly do so on the run. Eleven percent of morning meals are eaten outside the home, and 6% are eaten on the go, double the rate of a decade ago, according to a recent story in The Washington Post.

The breakfast daypart is fueling growth for restaurants as well. The National Restaurant Association reported that 40% of its members had seen better growth during breakfast than during lunch or dinner at their restauran

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