The challenges of any high-volume foodservice operation are clear, but consider the job of Louie Juarez, chief warrant officer in charge of the West Coast Food Management Team that serves tens of thousands of meals daily to Marines at bases across the West Coast.Based at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, Juarez recently served as an evaluator for the National Restaurant Association’s Major General W.P.T. Hill Awards, honoring the best reserve field mess in the Marine Corps. Juarez was ...
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