Hot dogs increase food to go sales by £200

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Retailers selling fresh American hot dogs have increased weekly food to go sales by as much as £200. Peter Lamb, of Lamb’s Larder in East Sussex, sells ten a day. He told RN: “We put the machine in just over a month ago and we sell 70 per week on average, at £2.99 each. “Having the machine at the till helps because customers can smell the hot dogs and it encourages impulse buying.” Chris Herring,…

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