During times of crisis — large or small, foreign or domestic — the restaurant industry is often the first to organize efforts for relief. Last week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti, which has left thousands dead or injured and has destroyed much of the capital city of Port-au-Prince, has proven to be no different. Already, the largest of restaurant companies and the smallest of operations have orchestrated efforts to raise funds, collect or distribute food and water, and organize volunteer ...
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