NEW YORK —Retail dining sales are on the rise at hospitals as foodservice directors grow the on-site, takeout and catering offerings available to medical workers, visitors and other passersby, according to a recent survey conducted by the National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management. According to the responses of 143 participants, 55 percent said that more than half of the meals prepared at their hospitals are considered retail. Approximately 53 percent of ...

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