In an era where a troika of corporate giants dominate the contract side of the foodservice business, carving a successful niche for a local, family-owned firm can prove a daunting task. It's especially daunting when the niche must be carved in the highly competitive New York/New Jersey market, where, aside from the Big Three, a number of other hungry regional firms also jostle for market share. But Robert Whitcomb has led his company, Whitsons Culinary Services, not only to success, but, ...

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