Food costs expected to stabilize

Food costs expected to stabilize

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There’s been a lot of bad news about restaurant operating costs of late (we’re looking at you, Fight For $15). But a glimmer of hope can be found in foodservice distribution giant Sysco’s most recent quarterly results. During spring and early summer this year, there was “no food cost inflation,” says company president Bill DeLaney, and it doesn’t look like that situation will be changing anytime soon. 

He’s in a position to know. Sysco’s annual sales to restaurant operators appr

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