ON DISPLAY: Customers in line at this Virginia Tech station enjoy a sense of fresh abundance. Food presentation is ultimately about just that. “You want to display product in ways that increase its perceived value,” says Ann Marie Solomon, associate VP of merchandising strategy and creative services for Aramark. “Great food presentation involves two key principles. First, the presentation must be kept fresh and abundant throughout service. Second, the detail of the food in display ...
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