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Whitsons Culinary Group® ranks 20 in Food Management’s Top 50 for 2018

top 50 logo 2018 promo2Whitsons is proud to announce it's part of Food Management's annual Top 50 report, a proprietary ranking of the largest noncommercial contract management companies. 

 

One prominent new initiative Whitsons launched in the past year was a kiosk-style servery, which lets the company bring fresh and innovative menu features to students in the most challenging spaces. The attractive branded kiosks offer a retail feel suited for any school environment, leading to increased meal participation, and they can be set up virtually anywhere on school grounds to make dining options convenient for students.

 

Also new is deployment of the company’s Simply Rooted™ food philosophy and sustainability platform based on clean ingredients and delivering wholesome, all-natural meals to customers while nurturing the environment. Through the program, Whitsons works with manufacturers and local vendors to offer customers the most natural, wholesome ingredients possible and also focuses on using ingredients that are locally sourced and minimally processed.

 

In the areas of food loss and waste reduction, the company feels that by keeping wholesome and nutritious food in its communities and out of our landfills, it helps address far-reaching impacts on food security, resource conservation and climate change. As a U.S. Food Loss and Waste 2030 Champion, Whitsons is striving to reduce food loss and waste in all its operations by 50 percent by 2030 through pre-emptive activities that reduce waste before it arises, as well as through activities such as the recovery of wholesome otherwise wasted food for donation and the recycling of food loss and waste to other uses such as animal feed, compost and energy generation.

 

Article by Mike Buzalka

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