Patient meals up slightly over non-patient.
Study shows daily breakfast eaters were less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes or gain stomach fat.
Recovery? Contractors See Growth in 2011 according to FSD's 2012 Contract Census.
Students who eat breakfast are more likely to be on track for graduation.
Study shows students consume fewer calories at school than students in other states.
Report also finds apples to be the most commonly sourced local item.
FSD’s 2012 College and University Census reports institutions made an average of nearly $10 million in foodservice revenue in 2010-2011.
Technomic study shows 48% of consumers snack at least twice a day.
Survey finds breakfast-in-the-classroom programs increase participation.
Lunch participation continues to oupace breakfast counts.
New report shows breakfast in the classroom programs help increase the number of students eating the morning meal.
Nearly half that cater both on and off-premise now charge outside parties more.
Non-patient meals continue to account for majority of revenue.
Fifty-four percent of operators offer room service in their facilities.
Food Costs, retail sales increased in 2007.
Beyond the Patient
With daily food cost increases outpacing growth of retail check averages, officials agree—patient satisfaction is paramount.
Recession? Hospital Revenue Rose in ‘10
Economy Takes its Toll on B&I Growth
Contractors See Little Growth in Revenue