There is no doubt 2010 was a year of industry battles. Foodservice executives faced massive health care reform legislation, menu labeling mandates and even targeted lawsuits. Restaurant operators continued to battle against slowed consumer spending, a high U.S. unemployment rate and a still-cold credit environment. But the industry finished 2010 on a high note. Sales began to increase, commodity pressures stabilized and by year's end, many began to see a brighter outlook for 2011. NRN wants ...

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