CUSTOMERS: Tactics vary when B&Is try to build traffic

Brooker, Laura
May 2000
FoodService Director;05/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p68
Trade Publication
Discusses ways on how the business-and-industry food service industry keeps their foodservice offerings interesting to customers. Meal volume per day of Kimberly Clark Corp.; Percent increase in catering and take-out business sales; How Honeywell maintained its sales in its Kansas City, Missouri employee cafeteria despite staff reductions.


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