Senior momentum

July 2004
FoodService Director;7/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p39
Trade Publication
Focuses on the reduction in the average daily food allocation and cost of long-term care (LTC) chains participating in the annual Long-term Care Industry Census Report in 2003. Reasons for the reduction in daily food allocation of LTC chains; Percentage decrease in their average daily food allocation; Number of LTC that participated in the census report; Daily amount spent by LTC per patient. INSET: It's Nothing But Personal.


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