Focus: Food Service

Healthcare food service operators ‘cautiously optimistic’ during pandemic

July 24, 2020

The healthcare food service business has been turned upside down, according to an article on the Food Management website.

But even though though healthcare operators may be facing a new normal but their business is less likely to see longer-term impacts than other food service segments.

A recent survey showed that 45 percent of healthcare operators are “cautiously optimistic; expect our operation to come through this stronger than ever.” The largest group, 55 percent of healthcare operators, are “worried, but fairly confident our operation will get through this in one piece.”

None of the healthcare operators surveyed reported being “very nervous that our operation will not be able to come back from this crisis.” 

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