Although prices for many commodities have fallen in the past year, the continuing pressure on restaurateurs’ top lines means that the bottom line will keep getting intense scrutiny for the foreseeable future.That means that the relationship between operators and suppliers will remain critical as operators continue needing to control their costs, observers say.“Restaurants will be asking their supply partners to take a more active role in driving down costs and providing more value,” says Lee ...
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