While restaurateurs are widely recognized for their ability to feed and care for guests who come to them for a pleasant dining experience, they are quite not as well known for reaching out to provide aid for those individuals who are less fortunate. Yet, the foodservice industry has long provided support for those in need — despite the fact that the breadth and depth of that support has not always been acknowledged. "We are one of the most charitable industries in the ...

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