MINNEAPOLIS -- The Women's Foodservice Forum here is transitioning to independent management. utive women in the food-service industry, will hire several new full-time executives to replace the "on-loan" executives that currently fill several key posts. The organization also is researching locations for donated space in which to house its permanent headquarters, and is looking at Dallas, Chicago and Atlanta, among other cities. For more information, visit www.womensfoodserviceforum.com.
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