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New Special Report: Innovative Food & Dining Trends in Senior Living


Special Report: Innovative Food & Dining Trends in Senior Living

Dining drives senior living business—there’s no question about it. As dining rooms look more like restaurants and celebrity chefs come into the mainstream, there’s even more focus on this element of senior living in recent years.

Run-of-the-mill dining simply won’t do the trick anymore, so what can operators do even better with dining? From catering major events to farm-to-table programs, food trucks and home-brewed beers, this report explains why senior living food and dining is poised for a new revolution.

This report includes 35 pages of original research and photos that provide forward-thinking approaches after which providers can model their own food and dining endeavors.

This 35-page report is available for $199 and features:

  • Applying top trends from the restaurant, hospitality and dining industries to senior living.
  • Innovative ideas operators are executing to drive revenue and boost marketing initiatives.
  • Tips to implement unique programming for residents and culinary staff.
  • Creative concepts to control costs in the senior living dining room operations.
  • And much, much more!

Get ahead of the curve, or risk missing out on money-making endeavors, cost-saving tactics and marketing approaches that go beyond the dining room.

Dining innovation in senior living isn’t out of reach. Consider these tips to determine how to boost senior living dining to the next level.

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