BOSTON, Dec. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Unidine Corporation has been awarded a contract to manage dining services at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) newly renovated "Market 16" Cafe at the Roybal campus in Atlanta, which is home to 6,000 workers and 90,000 visitors annually. As co-sponsor of the HHS/GSA "Health and Sustainability Guidelines for Federal Concessions and Vending Operations," the CDC will showcase the highest level of fresh and healthy dining options at Market 16 when it opens in January 2016. The CDC has designed Market 16 to serve as an example for other workplaces around the country.
"We look forward to collaborating with CDC to create a new standard for workplace dining services around the country," said Richard Schenkel, Unidine's CEO and founder. "Unidine will continue to lead by example with a culinary experience that delivers our Fresh Food Pledge and our commitment to our client partners to exceed expectations."
Unidine is the fastest growing foodservice company in the country, providing dining services to corporations, government, senior living communities and hospitals across the country. Learn more at www.unidine.com.
About Unidine Corporation
With operations in over 200 locations, Unidine Corporation is a leading provider of food and dining management services for clients throughout the United States. Founded in 2001, Unidine's success is derived from consistent execution in four key areas: exclusive focus on food and dining management services; a commitment to scratch cooking with fresh, seasonal, responsibly sourced ingredients; exceptional customer service and a corporate culture enlivened by each team member's passion for culinary and service excellence.
SOURCE Unidine Corporation