As vice president of industry affairs for Coca-Cola Foodservice, Carlton Curtis is a fixture at restaurant industry events. And given his 38-year tenure with Atlanta-based Coca-Cola, he is a fountain — pun intended — of global industry knowledge. During his time with Coke, he has visited 60 countries, including China in 1982 and the Soviet Union in 1990, as the first McDonald’s in that country opened its doors. He recalls the throngs of people lined up to taste their first ...

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