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Fresh Bites Memory Care Nutrition Program
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Boston Magazine Features Unidine’s Fresh Bites Program

Unidine’s new Fresh Bites program provides an optimal nutrition solution for patients with neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. Jenny Overly, director of nutrition, health, and wellness, discusses the program benefits: “The priority is to make sure they’re taking in enough nutrition, calories, and protein to at least maintain their weight,” Overly says. “Then

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Dining at Franciscan–University Place
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How Franciscan–University Place works to exceed residents’ expectations

The average age of residents at Franciscan–University Place in West Lafayette, Indiana, is 87. The dining requirements range from health-driven needs (such as those of patients with dementia) to a variety of food options for residents and their visitors. Learn how Franciscan–University Place is working to meet its residents’ needs and exceed their expectations by

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Fresh Bites Memory Care Nutrition Program
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Unidine Unveils Comprehensive Memory Care Nutrition Program

Fresh Bites(SM) Leverages Science and Culinary Arts to Mitigate Alzheimer’s Progression BOSTON, Nov. 3, 2015 — Unidine, a leading food and dining management services company, has announced the roll-out of Fresh Bites, a comprehensive nutrition program designed for senior living communities serving memory care patients. Unidine’s fresh food culinary approach provides the company with a unique opportunity

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Shore Medical Center Introduces MyDine Technology
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Shore Medical Center Implements Unidine’s MyDine Technology

Shore Medical Center in Somers Point, NJ, introduced Unidine’s MyDine program that blends technology, medical expertise and personal interaction to enhance patient satisfaction. “We are proud to be the first hospital in this region to offer this type of service, and we are already seeing the impact with better communication, less waste, more choices, and most importantly, higher

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Chef at Integrace
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Foodservice Equipment & Supplies profiles Integrace

Lisa White of Foodservice Equipment & Supplies profiles Integrace, one of Unidine’s clients. “Rather than traditional cafeterias, Integrace’s locations feature extensive dining service programs that include full-service restaurants, bistros and coffee shops as well as options designed for those with health challenges.” The food incorporates local seafood and seasonal ingredients, and the residents enjoy several

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Dietitians answer patients' questions
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Food & Drink International Magazine profiles Unidine

Tim O’Connor of Food & Drink International Magazine spoke with Richard Schenkel, Unidine’s founder and CEO, about why he started the company in 2001, what drives its success today and his vision for the company’s future. “When Unidine developed its Fresh Food Pledge the dining management company had to think about what “fresh food” really

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Meals prepared from scratch using fresh produce
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U.S. News and World Report features op-ed by Richard Schenkel, Unidine founder and CEO

In his op-ed, Richard Schenkel, Unidine’s founder and CEO, discusses the health benefits of fresh food and the changing role of hospitals in communities. “It’s important to teach patients while they are in the hospital that eating healthy and having food taste delicious actually go together. This is helpful in combatting both obesity and malnutrition,

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Aeroponic Tower Garden at New Milford Hospital
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New Milford Hospital’s aeroponic tower garden delivers fresh herbs and vegetables

New Milford Hospital’s innovative aeroponic tower garden delivers fresh herbs and vegetables for its award-winning dining program. “Recent studies by the University of Mississippi have found plants grow 30 percent faster in aeroponic towers than with traditional gardening. Gold was harvesting on Tuesday the third crop of 20 lettuce plants. As a plant is harvested,

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Frisbie Memorial Hospital
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Frisbie Memorial Hospital recognized as Fit-Friendly Worksite by AHA

Frisbie Memorial Hospital received a Gold-level Fit-Friendly Worksite recognition from the American Heart Association for its comprehensive wellness initiative. “Frisbie Memorial Hospital is committed to the health and wellbeing of our employees, patients and the communities we serve,” said Frisbie Memorial Hospital CEO John Marzinzik. “Our partnership with Unidine dining services is one example of

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