Cura is one of two onsite foodservice divisions of the Eat ‘n Park Hospitality Group’s Onsite Brands Division (the other is #25 Parkhurst Dining Services). Originally operating exclusively in the senior dining segment, the company branched into hospital foodservice several years ago and has seen its business in that segment grow.
Meanwhile, the Eat ‘n Park Hospitality Group boosted its local purchases by 13% in 2011, to $23 million, representing about a fifth of its total food and beverage procurement.
Cura recently developed Connections, Memory Support Dining, a program for Alzheimers patients designed specifically for use in a hospital setting.
Cura Hospitality has named Becky Lockner director of partnership development with responsibility for developing the company’s senior living business throughout its marketing region, promoting its dining, service, LivingLife wellness program and clinical care expertise.Most recently, Lockner served...
Mar. 27, 2014 |
Three Cura Hospitality teams of chefs and dietitians competed in the first RD/Chef Challenge held at Messiah Village in Mechancsburg, PA, in Fall 2013. "My goal for the Cura clinical team is for us to become more aware of food, cooking techniques, and industry trends" says said Janet...
James Broadhurst, chairman of the Eat 'n Park Hospitality Group that includes the Parkhurst Dining and Cura Hospitality contract management firms, has won the IFMA Gold Plate Award, presented annually to one of the winners of the Silver Plate Awards and revealed at the annual Gold & Silver Plate...
May 20, 2014 |
This recipe keeps a veggie patty in its whole form, as a substitute for the traditional ham or Canadian bacon. In place of an English muffin, it’s zucchini, all drizzled with sundried tomato Hollandaise sauce....More
Spicy black bean and poblano enchiladas: This recipe incorporates diced black bean patties instead of the traditional braised pork or chicken thigh. Add a cool salsa and no one will miss the meat....More
It's called lazy morning muesli but the ingredients are actually pretty energizing: walnuts, apples, sunflower seeds, yogurt...it sounds like a revved up morning instead in this recipe from California Walnuts....More