DALLAS -- The Triarc Restaurant Group is preparing to launch a pilot project involving a series of training modules designed to bring equipment education to the store level. Officials of the quick-service restaurant company developed the program in conjunction with the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, Chicago, and made the announcement during the NAFEM's biennial convention here. "This project provides a platform for NAFEM, equipment manufacturers, service-agency ...

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