The Latest Perspectives
December 01, 2020Paul Swanson, Stafford-SmithRead Article
November 02, 2020Throughout my life, I have always been close to my father. As a kid, if he was building shelves in the basement, I was with him. My father was the best man in my wedding more than 27 years ago. Based on this relationship, when the chance came to join the manufacturers’ representative firm that he and his partner Jack Kappus founded — SESCO — I jumped at it.Read Article
This Week in Food Service
October 13, 2020
The National Restaurant Association’s Performance Index changed little in August. Some restaurant chains see the slower period as a chance to grow. The chance of Congress passing a stimulus bill to aid restaurants before the election seems to be unlikely. Ruby Tuesday has filed for bankruptcy. These stories and a whole lot more This Week in Foodservice.
October 01, 2020
It was an occasion fitting for a Friday the 13th. Like so many other parents across the country, on that March date we received word our daughters’ school was shifting to remote learning for the next two weeks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Spring break was still close to a month off. Certainly, students would be back in class by then, right? Well, you know the answer to that.