Restaurateurs looking to attract the nation’s growing number of Hispanics as customers and employees are finding themselves caught in the mounting tensions of the shifting demographic landscape.As more operators introduce menus, training tools and advertising in Spanish, they increasingly are encountering incidents where sentiments about immigration clash, especially in communities where emotions about the issue run high.“Our industry is a huge employer of Hispanics and Latinos,” says Gerald ...
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