SOLUTIONS: More hi-tech foods and prep sys. on-the-way

January 2001
FoodService Director;01/15/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p46
Trade Publication
Predicts the move of food service operators to use technology solutions to solve the growing problems of employee recruitment and retention. Applications of electronic commerce in purchasing; Emerging trends caused by the continuing decline of the labor market.


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