As director of foodservice for the eight-unit Central Market supermarket chain, David Sonzogni is one of the people helping to further blur the line between grocery stores and fine-dining restaurants.In his position, Sonzogni, who during his 30-year career has competed on the U.S. Culinary Olympic Team and worked for restaurant chains, casinos, resorts and as a private chef for President Richard Nixon, oversees foodservice in all departments of the Dallas-based chain, from the bakery to the ...
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