More healthful and environmentally sustainable products were prominently displayed at the 23rd annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York, held last week at the Javits Center in Manhattan. Educational programs covering the future of tipping and back-of-the-house labor management were also part of the three-day event, which was attended by more than 18,000 foodservice industry professionals, according to Urban Expositions, which produced the show. Some 500 ...

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