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Commercial vs. On-site Food-Service Facilities

Explain the difference between commercial and on-site food-service facilities.

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There are differences between commercial and on-site food service facilities. A commercial site can be a chain, franchise, or independent facility. It is an embellishment, such as a restaurant, where the food and beverage business competes with other opportunities for customers. This category includes chain restaurants like Red Robin, franchises like McDonalds, and independent facilities like the terrific Italian restaurant on the corner. In contrast, an on-site facility is an institutional or noncommercial establishment that provides meals for people ...

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This solution explains the differences between commercial and on-site food-service facilities. APA reference included.

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