Highlighting the '99 issues

March 1999
FoodService Director;03/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p84
Trade Publication
Presents insights shared by foodservice industry executives in the United States on issues confronting the industry in 1999. John Zillmer, president of business services at ARAMARK; Chuck O'Dell, president and chief executive officer of Sodexho Marriott Services; Michael Bailey, president and chief executive officer of Compass Group.


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