Few people paid attention to a chef's choice of footwear until Mario Batali started showing up in bright orange Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars a few years back. Now savvy shoe manufacturers are going after the foodservice category with a vengeance. It's good news in a business where sore feet and tired legs are a standard part of the gig. For decades, most kitchen workers have gone with cheap black sneakers or basic work shoes — the same clunky ones factory workers or bus drivers wear. A ...
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