Cracker Barrel’s CEO on value, quality and the chain’s 40th

LEBANON Tenn. As Cracker Barrel Old Country Store celebrates its 40th anniversary, Michael Woodhouse attributes the brand’s longevity to its unwavering consistency and great homestyle food and service.

The 588-unit family-dining chain last year had foodservice revenues of more than $1.87 billion, according to Nation’s Restaurant News’ most recent Top 100 survey. And Woodhouse, president, chief executive and chairman of the Lebanon, Tenn.-based concept, says it’s his i

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