As more than 35,000 restaurateurs in Mexico City waited for the local government to sound the all-clear signal allowing them to reopen their dining rooms, operators in the United States earlier this month were taking measures to help deal with the growing swine flu outbreak at home.Foodservice operators here have been communicating with employees and franchisees, answering questions and providing information about the outbreak, while also recommending steps they can take to reduce the spread ...

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