TITLE

Grab and Go 2.0

AUTHOR(S)
Ramsey, Lindsey
PUB. DATE
June 2008
SOURCE
FoodService Director;6/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p56
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that a growing number of school foodservice operators in the U.S. have been considering take-out service as a growth option amid rising business costs. At the 30,000-student University of California, Davis, the dining services department has taken Sodexo's Smart Market grab-and-go concept a step further by offering a subset called Sizzle. At his secondary schools, Bill Janson of Concord New Hampshire Public Schools offers a variety of grab-and-go salads and wraps, which make up about 50% of his business.
ACCESSION #
35571927

 

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