Natural disasters have been widespread so far in 2011, testing again and again the soundness of the restaurant industry’s disaster preparedness and recovery plans.
 From devastating tornadoes in Alabama, Missouri and even Massachusetts to wildfires in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas and flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, Mother Nature has been less than kind and undiscriminating in those she assaults. And there’s likely more to come. The Atlantic hurricane season, ...

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