CHICAGO The industry’s annual rite of spring commenced Saturday with the opening of the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, a four-day blur of exhibit-booth hopping, networking, educational sessions and celebrity appearances. Restaurant operators on and off the podium spoke of their experiences in contending with the challenges of the day, from heightened consumer activism to preserving food safety as imported ingredients figure into more menu choices. But few ...
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