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Road to Recovery: A kebab vendor pivots to wholesale

A Q&A with Tommaso Conte, owner of D'Abruzzo NYC, on how his Westbury-based food cart business pivoted to nationwide wholesale in order to survive the COVID-19 storm.  Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa Loarca

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