The National Restaurant Association fulfills many functions, most notably the representation it provides its operator members in Washington, D.C., and the world-class food extravaganza it puts on each May in Chicago. In addition, the association is a valuable source of industry intelligence, particularly with regard to menu trends. A piece of research completed last fall is especially useful. Working on the principle that the best information is of the ...
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