ORLANDO, Fla. (FNS) -- A major food-service contract was snatched away from Gooding's Hospitality Services, a division of Gooding's Supermarkets here, after one of the retailer's partners in the venture ended up on the selling block. Negotiations to handle concessions and related food services at three sports and entertainment venues here were called off by the Orlando City Council when Ogden Entertainment -- Gooding's principal partner in the plan -- was put up for sale by its parent ...

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