Food allergies, religious restrictions, and lean budgets make F&B selection tougher than ever
Choosing the right food for a function is like deciding on a menu for a family, except that this family is filled with picky eaters who have dietary restrictions, passionate opinions about foie gras, and enough experience to know when they're being served the low-budget options. Today's meeting-goers are a tough crowd when it comes to cocktail hour. The first rule when choosing the menu is simple: Take no risks. Think of what it was like back in the '70s when sushi first became part of the ...
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