Industry observers said last week’s announcement of an $8.2 billion merger between Sysco Corp. and US Foods surely was the biggest deal in the history of foodservice distribution, but experts and restaurant operators are far less certain about what the pending marriage of the nation’s two largest broadline distributors would mean for prices and service. Sysco and US Foods arguably are the only two distributors on a national scale, and the possible loss of their competition ...
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