HHS/Culinary and Nutrition Solutions

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Fiscal 2013 Sales Volume: $25,100,000

Culinary & Nutrition Solutions is a unit of HHS (Hospital Housekeeping Systems), a hospital services management company traditionally focused on housekeeping, transport and related services that expanded into foodservice in 2011. The Culinary/Nutrition unit has grown by leveraging existing HHS client relationships across the South.

In the past year, the unit added a corporate chef as VP-Culinary Services to drive consistency in purchasing and production across units. It also developed and pushed training packs for the various program lines: an ambassador program for patient service, chef tables for retail and the corporate chef for developing the recipe database to accommodate a wide variety of clinical diet regimens.

CNS refreshed its chef tables to use as much fresh and local products as possible, produced sourced from local farm and rancher co-ops.

At Baton Rouge General, CNS initiated a highly successful onsite farmer’s market while selling a variety of items under its BRG-Fit label that are all part of an anti-inflammatory diet. Those items include a BBQ spice blend, seasoned pecans and almonds and a sugar-free, high-protein chocolate mascarpone dessert.

The company also re-evaluated its patient menus to incorporate as many fresh and local items as possible.

 

Ranking #49

GENERAL INFORMATION

HHS Culinary and Nutrition Solutions
AUSTIN, TX

Contact Information
322 Congress Avenue, Austin , TX 78701
(512) 478-1935
www.hhs1.com

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Sales Volume
2013: $25.1
2012: $26.3
2011: $5.9

No. of Contracts
2013: 16
2012: 13

Segments Served:
Hospitals (100%)

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