Now that all of the votes are in and the results have been tabulated, the foodservice industry can measure how well it fared in the recent national election. And with such key issues as paid sick leave, tax reform, labor policy and food issues put forward as ballot initiatives in several areas, some operators had a lot riding on the vote. The National Restaurant Association kept tabs on the measures that could have a potential impact on daily foodservice operations, according to the ...
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