Introducing the Nutrition and Catering Global Hub

Welcome to the new website hosting the Nutrition and Catering Global Hub. It has been a busy year, and it has taken a little while to get the website right, but here it is and let us get started. The goal of the NAC GH is to provide support, ideas, inspiration, resources, recipes, education, forms and training in one spot which you can all access quickly through the Centres and Directories. Read More

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Choice can be as simple as different flavoured ice cream

 

Food choice is essential when it comes to food intake. We all like to make our own food choices. Making food choices assists with food intake,  if we choose the type and amount of food, then we are more likely to eat most of it. Read More

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Mixing Up Mashed Potato

One of the issues with textured modified meals is the amount of mashed potato residents eat. If mashed potato is used twice a day for lunch and the evening meal, then a resident on a vitamised/puree meal will have mashed potato  730 times a year.

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The Art of Menu Planning

The menu is the foundation of all foodservices and is one of the main controlling factors in any foodservice system. The foodservice design will have a significant effect on menu design.

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The Art of Menu Planning – menu pattern

Menu planning is one of the most complex aspects for foodservices for any organisation undertaking group catering. It is a central part of foodservices and meals, and foods provide a sense of great comfort Read More

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The Art of Menu Planning – menu cycle length

How long should a menu be in length? That depends on what your menu is being used for. Menu can vary in cycle length from one to 8 weeks or more. Again there is no right or wrong answer so long as your menu meets the needs of the people the menu is designed for.

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