WASHINGTON —The widening global economic crisis intensified by a fiercely contested U.S. presidential election dominated the discourse at the 49th annual Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators onference here this month. While the 500-plus foodservice executives at this year’s MUFSO conference addressed such vital issues as unionization, health care, immigration, nutrition labeling, labor and rising costs, few discussions held during the ...
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