TAKEOUT CALLED WAY TO EAT RESTAURANTS' LUNCH

NEW YORK -- Eat-in restaurants have seen a significant increase in takeout business and in sales of comfort foods since last year, according to a FoodTrends '96 survey conducted last month.For the survey, Thomas Food Industry Register and its research arm, FIND/SVP, here, polled attendees at the New York Restaurant and Foodservice show here Feb. 25 to 27. The show drew attendees from the Mid-Atlantic

NEW YORK -- Eat-in restaurants have seen a significant increase in takeout business and in sales of comfort foods since last year, according to a FoodTrends '96 survey conducted last month.

For the survey, Thomas Food Industry Register and its research arm, FIND/SVP, here, polled attendees at the New York Restaurant and Foodservice show here Feb. 25 to 27. The show drew attendees from the Mid-Atlantic states and New England as well as from New York, a Thomas spokeswoman said.

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