Desktop Dining Gains in Employee Feeding

June 2008
FoodService Director;6/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p74
Trade Publication
This article reports on the growing role of the grab-and-go business in the corporate dining arena, according to the companies surveyed for "Foodservice Director's" annual B&I Census. The 88% of operators who say they offer grab-and-go items in their cafeterias report an increase in the amount of business done for take-out service. Overall, the survey revealed, 39% of meals purchased in corporate cafeterias are eaten away from the dining room. The survey also found that health and/or environmental concerns continue to drive some foodservice decisions.


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