Methods and Costs of Distributing Beef to the Food-Service Industry
The food-away-from-home industry in the United States is a vast and complicated industry. Its size is difficult to measure since the components are so diverse, including not only all commercial eating and drinking places, but also places where food is served as a secondary activity, such as hotels, motels, department stores, drug stores, industrial plants, institutions, planes, trains, vending operations, schools, and military establishments.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin36
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
distributing beef; food-service industry