If you were to hop into Mr. Peabody's Wayback Machine (for those of you who remember the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show) you wouldn't have to travel back very far to find a time when the country's contract foodservice providers were mostly regional players specializing in one market segment or another. By and large, companies like Detroit's Al Green Enterprises, Slater Food Service in Philadelphia, New York's Saga Dining Halls, Inc. and Chicago's Nationwide Food ...

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