If you subscribe to the theory that the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, the annual rite of spring held each May in Chicago, is a litmus test for the state of the industry, there were myriad signs that business is alive, well and poised for a rebound. The aisles were packed, the crowds exuberant and the exhibits alive with innovation, creativity and signs of trends to come. Better for You While the NRA Show has long provided a forum for organic and natural foods ...
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