Four Seasons trains its chefs to prepare modified textured food


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Four Seasons Health Care, which has 52 homes with more than 3000 beds across the North East, is training all its chefs in the region to produce modified textured food for people that have difficulty in eating conventional dishes.

Traditionally, food presentation for these residents has been a challenge for the chefs, and many pureed meals have tended to appear bland, dull and unadventurous.

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