Newark, NJ (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
Café Chef, a NJ-based food service company, announced today their upcoming opening of two new cafeterias in the NJ Transit Newark and Maplewood facilities.
NJ Transit recently decided to seek out food service solutions – leaning towards a company that could easily service both their Maplewood and Newark facilities. Managing Partner, Chris Consorte, said “We are excited to be serving the NJ Transit employees and look forward to bringing them affordable and healthy food selections for years to come.”
In recent years, many companies have closed employee cafeterias due to budget cuts and employee layoffs. Consorte went on to say: “Offering employees healthy and affordable breakfast, lunch and snack options can have a huge impact on employee morale. This can normally be done at little to no-cost for sponsoring companies – making it a wise decision to keep employee cafeterias in operation.”
Delivering on the daily challenge of serving a wide-range of employee tastes – and continuing to do so long-term – is often an issue in the food service business, leading companies to frequently change providers. Consorte continued, “Our menu consists of, literally, hundreds of menu selections rotated on a three-week basis. In most cases, customers won’t see the same item on the menu for almost a month – so we’re always satisfying their desire for variety by changing daily selections. It really helps keeps things fresh.”
Café Chef LLC provides food services for industrial and corporate facilities throughout the tri-state area. Located in Newark, NJ, Café Chef specializes in providing cost-effective food service solutions. For more information call 866-910-5323 or visit http://www.cafeteriaservicenj.com.