The Women’s Foodservice Forum held its 8th annual Executive Summit this week in Las Vegas, bringing together foodservice industry leaders set to hone their skills and network with the largest companies in the industry. “Leaders in the foodservice industry need insights and learning relevant to the challenging business environment,” WFF president and chief executive Fritzi Woods said in a statement. “Executive Summit is one way WFF continues to drive performance and ...

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