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The company’s RBS division has purchased a fresh processing facility from Taylor Farms; enhancements will significantly enhance production and capacity and will feature a culinary test lab.
A federal grant of $4.5 million will be used by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to prepare current and former prison inmates for restaurant jobs.
The influencers on this year’s Power 20 list aren’t just changing the menu within their own organizations—they are altering how the entire restaurant industry thinks about and approaches menus. They are the disruptors and the rebels who dare to go in a different direction.
The Lempert Report: Reform and new reduction programs are in place, but grocery retailers are not doing much to reduce single-use plastic, Greenpeace says.