Noting the intrinsic humanitarian nature of the foodservice industry, Roy Choi challenged MUFSO attendees to rethink the way they do business, to bring more high quality food to poor communities and to pay their employees better.
“It’s not like we’re totally balling all the time,” he said. “We live to feed people.”
Choi is the founder of the Kogi Korean BBQ Truck that helped start the food truck revolution and, more recently, of LocoL, a
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