When a group is working through lunch, keep energy levels up with the right menu:
• No knife or bib required. Avoid foods that splatter, or foods that require cutting, like bone-in chicken. Easy-to-handle menu items: sushi, pasta or green salad, salmon and pizza.
• Opt for efficiency. Food should be easy and an efficient source of energy. Fried chicken might lead to flagging energy levels, whereas Cobb salads will keep energy up.
• Offer an energy-boost to go. If there’s no time for a meal, put out a basket of energy bars or bottles of vitamin-packed juice for attendees to grab on their way out the door.
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