Onsite - Noncommercial/OnsiteFoodservice 15:14

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Noncommercial/Onsite Foodservice 15:14 Noncommercial -located in settings where food service is not the primary  purpose -Penn State serves food but it is a noncommercial food setting Onsite- serving food on site of factory, school, etc. Managed Services- Were going to manage those services for you. Food Service  but can also be grounds, housekeeping, etc. - Onsite Food Service - Foodservice operations located in organizations that do  not have foodservice as their “primary” business or purpose -Foodservice may be “for-profit” or “not-for-profit”, noncommercial only means  foodservice is not the primary business Self-Op-  An organization that exits for a purpose other than providing  foodservices to the public or to internal clientele, and chooses to manage their   foodservice operations themselves  (rather than contracting with a management  company) Advantages -cheaper
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Onsite - Noncommercial/OnsiteFoodservice 15:14

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