Editor’s note: The author is the principal of Culinary Options in Seattle. The highlighted story below is part of The Schechter Report and NRN’s content partnership, and the content here does not necessarily reflect the views of Nation’s Restaurant News. The upcoming annual SFM Conference will include a discussion of rising commodity prices and how menu engineering, waste management and reductions in energy consumption can provide more beneficial, more corrective solutions ...
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