John Lawn was formerly Editor-in-Chief and Associate Publisher of Food Management magazine, where for 18 years he oversaw the magazine’s coverage of the noncommercial (or “onsite”) segments of the foodservice industry. Prior to his time with Food Management, Lawn was for 10 years the founding and chief editor of The Foodservice Distributor, which covered the supply chain side of the foodservice industry. Lawn is a principal with JL&A Communications, a foodservice communications and advisory consultancy. JL&A specializes in providing editorial and other services to help clients improve their business-to-business communications, market image and influence within the foodservice community. Lawn is a recognized authority on a wide range of foodservice issues and has been a frequent speaker to industry groups. He has worked closely with many foodservice operators, manufacturers, distributors, brokers, contract organizations and operator groups to explore various aspects of the foodservice market and supply chain and to help individual organizations develop stronger partnerships with their respective customer and supplier communities.
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