Shifting to a more family-friendly brand should not just stop with the children’s menu, but should also include proper training for the staff and the appropriate childcare equipment for the establishment.
(PRWEB) August 19, 2013
Babystations.com, an online retailer best-known for its quality customer service, has recently shared its opinion on the current standing of the restaurant industry in connection with its child-diners. In its blog post, Babystations.com gives a short description of the ongoing Out to Lunch campaign spearheaded by the Soil Association, a charitable organization that supports a number of similar movements. It also discusses the findings of the campaign’s 3-month investigation, as well as the potential implications of such results.
According to the blog post, the ultimate goal of the Out to Lunch campaign is to improve the quality of the food and service offered to child-diners. In connection with this, the campaign investigated 21 popular restaurant chains and analyzed the responses of 1,000 parents. The Babystations.com blog post shares a number of the investigation’s findings, the most shocking of which are the following: (1) 66 percent of parents are unsatisfied with the children’s menu in most restaurant chains, (2) 81 percent of the restaurants do not offer sugar-free drinks, and (3) 47 percent of the restaurants refuse to divulge information on the freshness of their food and the source of their ingredients.
Babystations.com goes on to suggest that, “the Out to Lunch campaign shows that the public has developed a keen interest on nutrition and family-friendly service as a whole. Shifting to a more family-friendly brand should not just stop with the children’s menu, but should also include proper training for the staff and the appropriate childcare equipment for the establishment.”
About the company: Babystations.com is managed by Ekom.ca. It is an online retailer with a long history of trusted service. They sell a wide array of products that include baby changing stations, high chairs, and other childcare accessories. Despite being a product-based business, the company understands the value of providing quality customer service. They provide detailed product information, give out the best prices, do their best to ease purchasing difficulties, and respond to complaints, questions, and products in the timeliest manner possible.