This year’s Women’s Foodservice Forum conference in Orlando, Fla., was another great experience. It was the result of a lot of women—and men—making sacrifices and doing a lot of brilliant planning and hard work. I do indeed love being a part of the foodservice industry.The special, invitation-only Top-to-Top sessions for foodservice industry senior executives were an excellent idea. But I have an unsettling feeling with regard to the presentation that the WFF commissioned Diversity Inc. to ...

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