Peter Romeo

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Peter Romeo

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How Legal Sea Foods' problem-solving philosophy led to a sea change in the back of house

With inspiration from an unlikely source, operations have changed significantly inside the kitchens of Legal Sea Foods.


Who wants to work in foodservice? These 400 eager teens

ProStart’s national competition gives aspiring industry stars the chance to jumpstart their careers.

The lines between channels are blurring even further as retailers try some of restaurants’ recent means to build sales.

A restaurant chain is building its program on only meatless options.

Stores near institutions of higher learning are extending their hours and offering freebies to entice students.

The state is outlawing the commonly used packages, with Hawaii also contemplating a ban.

A survey of stadium and arena viewers found a pent-up desire for more convenience and faster service, starting with the ability to order from their seats.

But federal officials say they haven’t been able to identify the potential eateries, supermarkets or suppliers involved.

Rockland County says the measure is necessary because a measles outbreak has reached crisis proportions.

In a career that shifted from politics to business and back, the West Point graduate led one of the industry’s largest foodservice operations and later invested in several others through The Carlyle Group.

The American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics say hospitals and medical centers could change social norms by showcasing how they lead consumers to healthier beverages.

The measure is expected to cost the foodservice industry tens if not hundreds of millions in additional overtime pay and prompt some operators to turn supervisory positions into hourly jobs.

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