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Webinar: The World in the Windshield-COVID Responses: What’s Next for Health Care/K12/Colleges & Universities

The World in the Windshield-COVID Responses: What's next for health care, K12 and colleges and universities

Learn about Lakeside's operator solutions for the most-needed foodservice operations equipment to thrive during COVID.

Get the latest intel* from dozens of health care, K12, and college and university foodservice programs and their evolving needs and approaches to COVID-19.

You will learn:

  • Specific tactics your health care, K12, and college and university operators are taking to serve their clients
  • What solutions operators are requesting to prepare for now and post-COVID
  • About Lakeside and Multiteria's new and existing products that meet these operator needs

Sponsored by Lakeside Manufacturing, Alluserv, and Multiteria USA.

*Information accurate at date of recording 9-16-2020

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Webinar: COVID Solutions for Responsive Schools

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Join Child Nutrition Coordinator Tiffany McCleese, DTR, SNS and Nancy Lane, Senior Designer of Visual Merchandising and Product Concepts & K12 expert with Multiteria and Lakeside, as they discuss considerations for reopening during COVID.

You'll learn:
How to implement a remote serving program
Considerations for classroom meal service
How to open safely with protections for staff and students in mind
Product solutions to help meet CDC guidelines

Sponsored by Lakeside Manufacturing, and Multiteria USA.

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Webinar: Customer Confidence and Food Safety

During this webinar we discussed what you can do for safety in your operations in order to thrive and focus on food excellence.

Objectives:

• Learn 5 tips to merchandise food for mobile delivery, retail venues and small dining events

• Understand safety elements of back-of-house social distancing

• Acquire understanding of solutions to increase customer confidence in your retail venues

• Strategize how to elevate food service experiences

One CEU credit is available.

Speakers:

Marsha Diamond, MA, RDN President, Diamond Approach Foodservice Branding and Sales Strategist New Business Development Non-Commercial and Hospitality Foodservice Specialist | Website: marshadiamond.com.

Suzanne Quiring, RD, CDM, CFPP, Founder of SuzyQ Meal Delivery System and owner of SuzyQ Menu Concepts | Website: Hotfoodcart.com

Nancy Lane, Senior Designer of Visual Merchandising & Product Concepts with the Sandstone Group | Website: MultiteriaUSA.com

Sponsored by Alluserv, Lakeside Manufacturing, and Multiteria USA.

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Senior Care Meal Delivery in the Age of COVID-19

As we’ve seen over the last few weeks and months, the coronavirus and the subsequent disease it causes, COVID-19, can have horrific effects on the residents and staff in senior care communities.

In part, this is likely due to the fact the disease has harsher impacts on our older population. It is also likely attributed to the close quarters in which everyone lives in senior care and long term communities. This means it’s even more important to make sure meal preparation and delivery are completed with care.

As a result, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have issued new guidelines for these types of operations. It puts critical limitations on visitors and personnel who have access to senior and long-term care communities in order to help shield residents from potential infection.

“As we learn more about the Coronavirus from experts on the ground, we’ve learned that seniors with multiple conditions are at the highest risk for infection and complications, so CMS is using every tool at our disposal to keep nursing homes free from infection,” said CMS Administrator Seema Verma. “Temporarily restricting visitors and nonessential workers will help reduce the risk of Coronavirus spread in nursing homes, keeping residents safe. The Trump Administration is working around the clock to ensure the continued safety of America’s health care system, particularly nursing homes.”

This is where the SuzyQ Cart System can help foodservice directors.

We’ve talked about how SuzyQ can benefit both residents and operators in a dining room setting. There’s no doubt it can help solve labor challenges and provide for self-determined meal choices in group settings, but it can also do that in other ways, as well.

One of the ways senior care communities are required to fight the potential spreading of the coronavirus is to eliminate meal times in the dining hall to avoid a cluster of too many people at once. As a result, these meals are now being taken directly to the residents’ rooms for in-room dining.

Now, this is where self-determined meals can be even more important. Because foods need to be transported across longer distances, preserving the quality of food and providing residents with choice a critical way to meet person-centered guidelines while avoiding food waste and preserving safety.

The state-of-the-art delivery SuzyQ Cart System contains features that provide these types of benefits. It’s guest-pleasing and cost-saving for operators.

Suzanne Quiring, RD, CDM

Watch the recorded webinar for free from Registered Dietitian and Certified Dietary Manager, Suzanne Quiring for a review of COVID19 and what Food Service professionals need to lean into during this national crisis. Topics covered:

  1.     Infection control
  2.     Good food handling techniques
  3.     Sanitation
  4.     Staff communication
  5.     Practical ideas on providing meal service when a dining room can't be used
  6.     Resources to support your leadership role needs during this uncertain time

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Webinar: 7 Top Trends in C&U Foodservice

In this 30 min. mini-webinar (20 mins. with 10 mins Q&A), Nancy Lane discusses the top seven trends that will impact college and university foodservice programs in the upcoming year. Here are the topics she covers.

7 Top Trends

  1. Sustainability
  2. Plant-Forward
  3. Labor Efficiencies
  4. Transparency
  5. New Normal
  6. Food Insecurity
  7. Infusing Digital

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PDF of Our "C&U Foodservice Trends & Solutions" e-Report

Lakeside and Multiteria have researched the 7 top trends that will be important to colleges and universities in the 2019-2020 school year.  For additional ideas, download your free copy today to stay on top of the latest ideas and innovations that will help you maintain a first-class foodservice operation!