Wolson, Shelley
February 2004
FoodService Director;2/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p67
Trade Publication
Deals with the evolution of hot-food vending business in the U.S. Options offered by Hot Choice, a vending machine manufactured by KRh Thermal Systems Inc. and operated by PGI Services, at Salt Lake City Airport in Utah; Offerings of the vending program in Yuba City, California Unified School District; Agreement of KRh with Kraft Foodservice on the expansion of hot food items.


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