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Often, it's the very same item and the only difference is whether it's purchased from the retail or food-service division. The big difference is that in a restaurant the consumer has to wait for the food; ergo, their perception is it must be fresh.In a supermarket, the food is waiting for the consumer. Ergo, not perceived as fresh. That's why you'll see more and more "clocks" telling customers when

Often, it's the very same item and the only difference is whether it's purchased from the retail or food-service division. The big difference is that in a restaurant the consumer has to wait for the food; ergo, their perception is it must be fresh.

In a supermarket, the food is waiting for the consumer. Ergo, not perceived as fresh. That's why you'll see more and more "clocks" telling customers when a product came out of the oven, or was cooked, etc. Freshness should be counted in min

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