Themes push check averages

February 1998
FoodService Director;02/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p30
Trade Publication
Presents information on the Minnesota Vikings Food Service company in Edina, Minnesota, which uses themes to capture its customers' attention. Comments from corporate dietitian Rita Krakow; What is the company's two largest themes for 1997; Details on a contest held by the company amongst its B&I cafeteria managers.


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