At a Nashville building complex: Reducing food-costs from 46% to 33% of sales

Bond, Marian
June 1998
FoodService Director;06/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p70
Trade Publication
Discusses the changes at the Shorenstein Co. building cafeteria in Nashville, Tennessee after the entry of Sodexho Marriott Services. Efforts to lower the food cost; Development of a weekly menu with a four-week cycle; Increase of offerings at various cafeteria stations. INSET: With posters, Starbucks coffee: Building a catering presence..


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