Sarah E. Lockyer
You might expect this note to cover this issue’s biggest stories — from what’s ahead for food safety to R&D’s further evolution — but I’d like to take a different tack and discuss where Nation’s Restaurant News is today and where we plan to go in the future. Like nearly all restaurants challenged by the tough economy, Nation’s Restaurant News has spent the last few years tweaking its brand deliverables. We streamlined our live events ...
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