As the old adage goes, nothing—except for taxes—visits us with more predictability and certainty than death. However, deaths that affect foodservice businesses often don’t have the same finality that’s generally associated with the extinguishment of a human flame.Indeed, lasting inspiration and other kinds of positive, long-term consequences—sometimes for the profound betterment of survivors—can result from the deaths of foodservice companies’ founders, leaders, customers and restaurant ...

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