New Horizon Foods Mission – “Providing a professional service of uncompromising value to our customer and peers. Growth through meeting customer expectations of our services rendered. Our goal is to increase our client’s reputation and, in return, build on our reputation."
New Horizon Foods “Built on Customer Satisfaction”
New Horizon Foods provides Hoffmann Center clients three meals a day/seven days a week. They have a corporate dietitian whom oversee and implements the latest trends in the schools food service and child nutrition programs.
New Horizon Foods understand that breakfast is the most important meal of the day for students of all ages so they have developed a wide variety of breakfast menus to fit the needs of our facility. They have a variety of lunch and supper ideas available to fit our dining needs. Another specialty is by having the managers create excitement and add variety to the menus by promoting special events which are held on a monthly basis. Special events range from holiday parties to Super Bowl to Resident Choice. Residents always look forward to Special Events!
New Horizon Foods provides Resident Satisfaction Surveys to ensure service, quality and consistency.
Civil Rights Statement
School Nutrition Program – Leo A. Hoffmann Center Inc. participates in the National School Lunch Program and is an equal opportunity provider.
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