FOOD COURT VERDICT: TRY IT DIFFERENTLY

DALLAS -- Retailers are disappointed with the performance of their food courts, but they're not about to call it quits.Some have given up on trying to do their own programs and are bringing someone else in to do it, or are giving their own programs some serious tweaking.That's what Jonessco Enterprises, a consulting firm here, discovered in a recent survey of 50 retailers who have food-service operations

DALLAS -- Retailers are disappointed with the performance of their food courts, but they're not about to call it quits.

Some have given up on trying to do their own programs and are bringing someone else in to do it, or are giving their own programs some serious tweaking.

That's what Jonessco Enterprises, a consulting firm here, discovered in a recent survey of 50 retailers who have food-service operations with food courts.

Buck Jones, president of Jonessco, was a pane

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