Long-term care braces for growth

July 2005
FoodService Director;7/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on the improvement in food service at long-term care facilities in the U.S. according to the Long-term Care Industry Census Report released by the "FoodService Director" magazine. Quality of foods being served to ensure seniors' health; Efforts of food service operators in providing heart-healthy and low-carbohydrate menu programs; Ethnic cuisine being served at Grace Plaza Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Great Neck, New York. INSET: Long-term care strives for total experience.


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