WASHINGTON —Trust and transparency were top-of-mind issues during the Women’s Foodservice Forum’s annual leadership conference, held here earlier this month. This year’s event, at the recently opened Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, gave speakers, attendees and panelists ample opportunities to reflect on how far the WFF has come during its 19-year history while keeping their sights on the future as the ...

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