It appeared to be a year of astonishing foodservice revenue growth for the companies topping the Second 100 ranking. For some, growth numbers reached nosebleed levels, but that was largely a result of merger-and-acquisition activity, as investor interest in the restaurant space continued to simmer. Altamont Capital Partners LLC, for example, which ranked No. 1 in terms of U.S. foodservice revenue growth, recorded a revenue increase of more than 8,500 percent. The year-to-year comparison, ...

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