Have and Have-Not Consumers Cutting Back On Dining Out
CHICAGO (April 4 , 2012)—The much hyped growing divide between the have and the have-not consumers is evidenced in the different ways each group use...
Va. bill would mandate food allergy training for restaurant work
A measure already approved by one house of the state legislature would require restaurants to train servers on the fundamentals of protecting guests with food intolerances.
Operators and their customers who love meat are starting to fork over more money to put protein on the plate. The problem starts with the feed. Cattle are traditionally finished on grain, but farmers looking for larger profits are now growing corn for ethanol instead of animal feed. Cow/calf producers are currently bearing the brunt of higher feed prices.