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  1. Now-a-days, many hotels and restaurants are being established where local foods together with western foods are being supplied.
  2. Now-a-days, many hotels and restaurants are being established where local foods as well as western foods are being supplied.

Which words (as well as and together with) sound natural for above case? What are the differences in meaning of these two sentences?

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    Food processing factories supply foods. Restaurants usually serve them. – user24743 Nov 28 '15 at 15:57
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    "nowadays" doesn't need hyphens. – Nihilist_Frost Nov 28 '15 at 15:59
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"as well as" is for another thing in addition to something else.

This shelter accommodates dogs as well as cats.

To get hired in the Canadian government you need to be proficient in English as well as French.

"together with" is for things that are alongside each other.

The factory made chips together with other fast food.

We had a class which dealt with math together with science at our middle school.

The store sold groceries together with cleaning supplies and drugs before it had to close down.

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