DALLAS -- Retailers searching for solutions to the ongoing labor shortage are wise to factor equipment into their food-service program formulas, said a panel of industry veterans at the biennial convention here of the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, Chicago. According to statistics cited by panel moderator Mario Ceste, vice president of business development for Food Automation -- Service Techniques, Stratford, Conn., food-service jobs are expected to grow 17%, ...

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