Like a voyager lost at sea amid a tempest, the foodservice industry has been struggling for the last two years to navigate its way through uncharted waters churned up by the Great Recession. In 2010, however, it appears that the industry began to get its bearings and may now be sailing, although uneasily, along the path to recovery. Perhaps the best indicators that the industry has made the appropriate course-corrections can be found in consumers’ increased visits to — and ...
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