Cafeteria design DOES make a difference! Cafeteria upgrades feed bodies and minds
Our recent project with New York City schools proves newsworthy.
An article in the New York DAILY NEWS looked at the renovations we recently completed at New York City Middle and High Schools.
It turns out the students love the new look and services, and the display of healthy food is encouraging better eating choices. Plus "The first 15 school buildings that enhanced their cafeterias saw a 35% jump in the number of students eating school lunch, according to an analysis by Community Food Advocates."
"The new design looked more like a food court or college cafeteria, with display cases offering a variety of prepackaged meals to go, a mix of four-person, diner-style booths, two-tops with swiveling chairs, larger round tables, and colorful signs adorning the walls."