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Turner, Robbie
November 2007
FoodService Director;11/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p48
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The article offers information on the design of the cafeterias operated by The Fresh Food Co. at the University of South Florida. The cafeteria has 300 seats and feeds about 3,000 people a day. It was totally gutted, including the removal of all interior walls, and rebuilt from scratch in the summer of 2003. The cafeteria has an open view of the production of food in front of the customer, everything from the ingredients to the actual cooking itself.


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