Saying "I Do" To Foodservice

Lisanti, Linda
August 2006
Convenience Store News;8/28/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p51
Trade Publication
The article discusses challenges faced by convenience stores in implementing foodservice. Lack of commitment is the main challenge, as pointed out by retailers and foodservice suppliers, at the periodical's first Foodservice Roundtable, held in Atlanta. Retailers said that execution of foodservice concept on a consistent basis is very difficult. It requires commitment of upper management as well as the store level, followed by an ongoing supervision.


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