Management firm does more than
provide foodservice—it also gives a
leg up to those who need it.
A visit to the Mezza Café on the third floor of the Starbucks headquarters building in Seattle seems like any other meal stop in a B&I environment. The ring of food stations proffers a mix of sandwiches, salads, soups and entrees, and customers mill about, making their selections and checking out in the usual way. But Mezza is different from most corporate dining sites in one important respect: the café is managed by a nonprofit firm called Pioneer Human Services, and the staff — ...
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