As U.S. foodservice brands make more headway into Middle Eastern markets, they are learning to adapt their units and menus to the local tastes. Ziad Dalal, chief executive and founder of Dallas-based Nestle Toll House Café and its parent company, Crest Foods Inc., currently has 13 units open in the Middle East and has aggressive plans for more this year. RELATED • Nestle Toll House Café plans growth in the Middle East • Restaurants still find ...
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