As Republican and Democratic leaders retrench in the wake of the game-changing 2010 mid-term elections — which saw Republicans pick up at least 60 new House seats and six Senate seats — members of the restaurant industry are concerned about the long-term impact the contentious race will have on their already stressed businesses. A large cross-section of the foodservice industry counts itself among the sizeable group of Americans angered by Washington’s perceived lack of ...

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