LOS ANGELES —The California sun shone brightly as restaurateurs from across the country gathered here this month for the 48th annual Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators conference, but the conversation at MUFSO focused on storms brewing ahead. Lagging immigration reform, the fear of recession, rising food costs and the increasing demand for good labor were among the hot topics thrashed out by conferees, along with the all-the-more-relevant ...

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