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The Review of Foodservice Systems and Associated Research

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  • D600 Food And Beverage Studies
  • D610 Food Science
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • Engineering
  • Medicine


Foodservice systems allow economical food provision in the commercial and institutional hospitality sectors. The systems' development is supported by research in engineering (equipment); food science (safety, quality and nutrition); and operations management (system election criteria and productivity). As a result, methods vary from microbiological and instrumental to computer modeling and case studies. The potential benefits of research include higher quality products, better operational efficiency and improved process control.

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