September 2003
FoodService Director;9/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the U.S. food service industry as of September 15, 2003. Topics to be discussed at the National Automatic Merchandising Association National Expo to be held in October in Washington; Information on a symposium on business and cultural competence to be held by the Multicultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance in Dallas, Texas in October; Reminder given to food service operators by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about the pasteurization of fresh-squeezed juices.


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