Enriching the Campus Dining Experience

Menu and foodservice options play an integral role in the campus dining experience. Today’s well-traveled, well-dined students desire full-service restaurants and more mixed, all-purpose spaces for eating, lounging, studying, and entertainment. Gone are the days of “cafeterias” and in are the days of trendy, hip, technologically advanced, all-purpose spaces. The challenge is accommodating the palette…

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Attention California K-12 School Professionals

We hope you are in Sacramento for the 40th Annual C.A.S.H. Conference! The conference begins today with the exhibit hall open tomorrow from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm. Our team looks forward to welcoming you at booth 803.  We hope to see you tonight for a great networking…

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Innovations in Interim Foodservice Facilities

As hospitals, universities, and correctional facilities continue to renovate dated foodservice and dining facilities, a few trends within the industry are guiding their decisions.   Foodservice operators at these institutions (schools, healthcare, senior living, government, military) are trying to accommodate an increased desire for menu customization, grab and go options, speed, fresh ingredients, dietary and…

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Hurricane & Disaster Recovery 2017

  Disaster Relief & Recovery The recent disasters in the Gulf, southeastern portions of the United States, and beyond have been devastating to those involved and we hope the worst is over. On September 12th, a Plug and Cook (PAC) unit was placed in Florida following Hurricane Irma at a Fortune 100 company to assist…

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From the Dean’s backyard to yours!

Take a look at the Harvard Business School complex that will be available late summer 2016. This amazing facility has been in place since fall of 2013 and will soon be looking for a new home. With a 400 seat Sprung dining facility, servery, kitchens, cold, dry and frozen storage, it can be moved and re-installed on your…

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