At a time when major national businesses like banking and the auto industry have sought and received massive financial support from taxpayers, the restaurant industry, though hit hard by the recession, has been finding ways not to take but to give back. It is characteristic of an industry that always has had its roots in community and has long modeled ways of doing well by doing good.For more than 25 years Share Our Strength has worked with thousands of restaurants and foodservice ...
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