We’ve always thought that when it comes to helping operators achieve their goals, the National Restaurant Association and its counterparts at the state and local level had all the bases covered. But apparently, the needs of one group—Mexican chefs and restaurateurs—have been overlooked. The result: the emergence of the new Mexican Restaurant Association (MERA), whose first conference wrapped up just last week in Kansas City. Its goals: More success for Mexican restaurant operators, better ...
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