June 2002
FoodService Director;6/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p14
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Presents the answers of several U.S. food service executives on the question of the prevalence of take-out food and grab-an-go items in their operation. J. Michael Floyd, food service department head at the University of Georgia in Athens; Shawn Noseworthy, nutrition services director of the Florida Hospital Medical Center; Joyce Scott-Smith, director of food and nutrition at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


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