SPOTLIGHT: Giving hospital food services a face lift


While feeding hospital patients has generally been something along the lines of putting tires on a car--necessary and important but certainly not glamorous--hospitals are beginning to give food service a new look. In keeping with new trends that encourage a more hotel-like atmosphere, about 70 percent of hospitals across the country now are considering new menus and other food service revamps, according to healthcare food industry watchers. Several northern Florida hospitals are working to make the shift. Article

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