It should be a windfall of sorts for many operators in San Diego County this fall when 21,000 food stamp recipients become able to redeem their benefits for restaurant meals instead of groceries. Fast food feeders will be first in line to participate, but could full-service operators capture some of this business? San Diego County’s Board of Supervisors voted earlier this month to allow seniors (age 60 and up), the disabled and homeless people to use their CalFresh program benefits at area ...
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