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Small cog in a big wheel - something about careers RD/DT – Registered Dietician and Dietary Technician – the professional Self-Op – don’t want to pat contract fee Don’t want to lose potential profit Manage efficiently with same control Maintain staff turnover NOT A CAPTIVE MARKET! Client vs. Guest - Client – Management Continuity Purchasing economics Planning services Wants inexpensive food, variety, and quick service Captive Audience - ?? Board Plan Concept – contract for a minimum number of meals over a semester Sales volume is predictable Flex plan types, points, # of meals Contract food companies in the market – ARAMARK (120 convention centes, 70 stadiums,Olympic) Recreations, Private clubs History of school food service - use up surplus of great depression, feed poor childs Women working after WWII Vending – $10 billion in sales in 2006 (2% national sales!) Dining vs eating market - same as last Segments if institutional/on-site food service - ??
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NACUFS - The National Association of College & University Food Services.
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