Schruntek, Walter J.
May 2002
FoodService Director;5/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
Focuses on the changing demographics of take-out foods offered by the food service industry in the U.S. Increase in the demand of healthy food items; Improvement in the nutrient content of foods; Labor requirements of component cooking.


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