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12461
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The pleasures of eating out are abundant in North Carolina with the industry providing a diverse spread of eating establishments from the mountains to the coast. The article includes information on some specific restaurants and on the North Carolina Restaurant Association and its work.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 44 Issue 2, Feb 1986, p14, 16, 18, 20-21, il
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29024
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Over two dozen small restaurants have been featured by Guy Fieri on the Food Network Show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. As a result, sales at the small restaurants have spiked and continue to spike each time their show is broadcast as a rerun. Some restaurants have turned down the opportunity to be featured and some have folded under the increased exposure. The impact the show has had on North Carolina restaurants is detailed.
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29731
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Brad and Cynthia Brasher are owners of Black-Eyed Susan Catering in Black Mountain, North Carolina. After years of hosting and cooking for backyard weddings, the Brashers turned their talents into a southern-style catering company. They strive to be a green business and compost, recycle, grow their own herbs, and use organic ingredients when possible.
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31489
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Kris Reid started Piedmont Culinary Guild to help chefs build a region’s reputation. The Guild helps connect farmers and members of the culinary industry with one another.
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32966
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Servomation Corporation is one of the largest food service companies in North Carolina and in the United States. Beginning in 1961, the original company was primarily involved in providing food service through vending machines and small cafeterias. Today, the company provides nutritional services for a variety of facilities and institutions across the nation.
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36230
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In the midst of highly publicized food safety incidents and the FDA’s more stringent documentation restrictions came companies such as FoodLogiQ. Attesting its effectiveness as a food software consulting company is a Buffalo Wild Wings senior supply professional. This employee reported an almost 90 percent decrease in time spent tracking and managing quality issues since the BWW became a FoodLogiQ customer.