WASHINGTON —Roused by soaring food costs, an unusual alliance of advocacy groups that includes the two largest foodservice organizations has petitioned Congress to reconsider governmental incentives to turn corn and other food-related products into fuel. In addition to the National Restaurant Association and the National Council of Chain Restaurants, the 19-member coalition includes the Hispanic Institute, Friends of the ...
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