I actually have to disagree with you here. While I do agree that many restaurants (Mom and Pop or chain) order from Sysco, it’s a matter of what they order. And then what they do with it. Sysco sells a lot of "buy it and drop it in the fryer" sort of foods, but they also sell meat, they sell produce, they sell seafood, they sell soda. They’re a full-line distributor. The quality of a lot of their "actually must be cooked" products is fine. But often chains order the "buy it and drop it in the fryer" foods rather than the "actually must be cooked" products. That’s consistency.