CHICAGO —The role of women in the restaurant industry has grown steadily over time, but there still are barriers to full inclusion that must be torn down, said Marilyn Carlson Nelson in a keynote address at the Women’s Foodservice Forum’s Annual Leadership Luncheon. The chief executive and chairman of Minneapolis-based Carlson Cos. said companies must help women manage both their careers and homes by offering, among other things, access to daycare and health care, and ...

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