The growth engines held steady for the 2013 Second 100 companies, with wheeling and dealing continuing to play a big part in movement among the list’s members. As a whole, the group booked greater Latest-Year growth in U.S. foodservice revenue than their Top 100 counterparts, with a 10.7-percent rise to $19.7 billion after growing 9.1 percent in the Preceding Year. The 2013 Top 100 companies, meanwhile, posted Latest-Year growth in aggregate revenue of 8.1 percent to $130.2 ...
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