Even the darkest days hold glimmers of optimism and opportunities from which operators can find inspiration, and that held true for some attendees of The NAFEM Show 2009 in Orlando, Fla.Industry professionals who made it to the Orange County Convention Center Feb. 5-7 had a chance to kick the tires of cutting-edge foodservice equipment and learn from wise heads how to think innovatively. They also learned about ways to operate more sustainably and constructive methods to move forward in a ...

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