NRN editor-in-chief Sarah E. Lockyer
We’ve covered a lot of ground so far this year in just two months — discussing the difficult economic and political landscape affecting restaurants, the power players driving the industry, and breakout brands building differentiated concepts. A constant in the restaurant industry, even amid shifting political winds, executive power plays and the next big thing, is the food. Even though the economy is on everyone’s mind, one wouldn’t be wrong in saying, ...
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