If you were standing on the sidelines waiting for an opportune time to dip a tentative toe or two into the political waters, you might want to consider diving in right about now.Judging from recent events, the foodservice community is going to need all the friends it can get in the public-affairs arena if it hopes to exercise any control at all over its future. Legislation now is being contemplated and debated at the federal, state and local levels that, in all likelihood, could dictate how ...
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