Despite rising costs, slower traffic at some accounts and other challenges stemming from the lethargic economy, contract foodservice providers say they are working to hold their own, with some even reporting slight growth in certain sectors.Contract feeders in the corporate dining arena have been hit particularly hard in the last year, suffering notable declines in lunch participation as costs have escalated. Meanwhile, contractors serving health care and higher education say they continue ...

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