Meals to home deliveries up tenfold at Conn. hosp

March 1998
FoodService Director;03/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p46
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Discusses the expansion of the Meals to the Home delivery program at Willimantic, Connecticut-based Windham Hospital. Program's inclusion of all of the 19 Connecticut towns covered by the hospital; Growth of the program since July 1997; Hospital's investment in the program; Pricing structure; Disclaimer sticker on all meals; Question of liability. INSET: Brochures promote safe food handling.


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