Albany Medical Center sets plans to outsource meals

December 1997
FoodService Director;12/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p46
Trade Publication
Reports that with the introduction of the cook-chill system, the Albany Medical Center in upstate New York, there was a reduction in labor and food-costs, standardized menus and improved patient satisfaction. Information on the cook-chill system; Details on the medical center; Information on the medical center's annual food service operating budget.


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