Education is a key factor in making the business case for sustainability to restaurateurs, Scott DeFife, the National Restaurant Association’s executive vice president of policy and government affairs, said last month. Speaking at the US Composting Council’s annual conference in Orlando, Fla., recently, DeFife told attendees the NRA is invested in educating the industry on the importance of sustainability as well as underscoring its potential for profitability — both ...

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