Hearst's B-Well Program Offers Wellness Tools

November 2011
FoodService Director;11/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
The article elaborates on the B-Well wellness program of Hearst Tower's Wellness Center and Café57. It is noted that wellness has been a primary concern at New York City's Hearst Tower since it was opened in 2006. One of the features of the program is the B-Well meals that are portion and calorie-controlled. The Compass Group's whole + sum program which includes information and customizable meals is also discussed. Information on the B-Well web log at Cafe57's web site is also presented.


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