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food service

or food·ser·vice (fo͞od′sûr′vĭs)
n.
The business of making, transporting, and dispensing prepared foods, as in a restaurant or cafeteria.

food′ser′vice adj.
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Figure 77: Forces Driving Competition in the Profit Foodservice Sector in France, 2007 124
Figure 78: Drivers of Buyer Power in the Profit Foodservice Sector in France, 2007 125
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