Aramark Pilots New Concept

February 2009
FoodService Director;2/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
The article reveals that Aramark has developed a new dining concept called Cool*Caf in a bid to bring better nutrition and more fun to elementary school cafeterias across the U.S. Features of the this new dining concept include nutritious menus, faster service lines, fruit and vegetable bars and a nutrition mascot named Ace. The program was piloted in 16 schools in fall 2008 and added 60 schools in January 2009.


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