Trimming down and branching out

January 2011
PAX International;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p44
The article profiles Air Fayre Ltd., a California-based caterer in North American division. According to president Joe Golio, the hub and spoke concept will be used by the company continuously to introduce its business model to more airlines in a way that is suitable. It adds that an outside force of food suppliers, which enable them to offer an array of cuisine types and price points were also assembled by the company.


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