Corning converts to self-op

March 1998
FoodService Director;03/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p60
Trade Publication
Features the foodservice program at Corning Inc., a Corning, New York-based manufacturer of glass, ceramics, dishware and optical fiber. decision to self-operate the program; Expansion of cafeterias, carts and catering; Total number of daily transactions; Annual savings; Total annual sales revenues; Expansion of main kitchen. INSET: For sandwiches, soups, beverages: Glass Ctr. museum adds carts.


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