Steps you can take nowto tame your operating costs. By Megan Rowe Staffed: Keeping track of your labor needs in 15-minute increments will create efficiencies. Ten: Keeping an eye on your costliest food items is key to cutting costs. Go Local: When possible, work with local growers to buy fresher, less expensive produce. The economy may still be chugging ...
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