1997: Revenues jump 11%; volume tops $16.2 bil

March 1998
FoodService Director;03/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p77
Trade Publication
Reports on the financial performance of American foodservice contractors in 1997. Growth of contracting revenues and total accounts; Impact of the surge of acquisitions and mergers; Dominance of Marriott Management Services, ARAMARK, and Compass USA; Implications of Sodexho USA-Marriott alliance.


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