When onsite dining operators go looking for brands to put into their dining mix, they traditionally looked either to established national names like Subway and McDonald's or they tried to create their own. But now, with authenticity and “local sourcing” two powerful industry trends, some operators have turned to an alternative that's been under their noses all along: local restaurant brands that may not be known nationally but have powerful resonance in their particular markets. In this ...

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