Cut the tape for Greve’s new cooking space in Chianti. One of the most important projects in the Public Works Program, which required the Sotani Council to make a total investment of about 500,000 euros. The work was carried out by demolishing part of the former structure for the preparation and management of the catering, with a complete reconstruction of the building, on a public property located in Via Giuseppe di Vittorio, on the ground floor of the same building where the former Munari School is also located.
The building has been renovated and redeveloped according to the characteristics of compatibility and environmental protection, ensuring maximum energy savings. The place was devised and equipped with equipment to prepare, cook and distribute a thousand meals, intended for local students enrolled in schools of all levels. Meals will be cooked directly on site by Serverfood staff who have contracted with the school’s canteen service.
“It is an important investment that looks to the future and new generations – comments Mayor Paolo Sottani – the central canteen ensures meals for the children of today and tomorrow through meticulous service and the quality of meals, prepared openly and in an indoor kitchen, a goal achieved that will improve the course of school life for students in our area. The turnkey contract was invested in using the latest equipment of the highest quality.
“Through this intervention we have strengthened and improved one of our properties – continues Mayor – which is the presence of a live cooking center which has given over the years many positive results, and I must thank CirFood for its cooperation in the course of business and is committed to ensuring efficient service, in the absence of a point Cook on site.
Some members of the canteen committee were involved in cutting the ribbon and among the members of the municipal council was Marco Rafiji, the opposition advisor, who publicly appreciated the intervention. The speech was delivered alongside mayor councillors Paolo Stecchi, Simona Forzoni and Ilari Scarpelli. “Special thanks to Surveyor Gianfranco Ermini – concludes the Mayor – and all those who made the intervention possible, including technicians and construction managers.”
Sergio Senesi (Center Area Manager), Alessio Bordoni (Sales Executive Director) and Simone Baldini (Regional Account Manager) co-initiated the meal centre. “Greve in Chianti Meal Center represents an important investment for Cirfood, continuing our desire to develop and grow in a regional area of paramount importance to us – says Sergio Cineci, Area Director of Serfood Center – this catering service provides a production of about 700 meals per day, made from Raw materials come mainly from short supply chains and short supply chains in Tuscany.”
Services implemented by CirFood include the Menu Chiaro web application which allows families to obtain all information about the characteristics of the school’s canteen service and technologies aimed at reducing food waste. Furthermore, great attention has been paid to special diets by creating a dedicated area.”
Source: Gref municipality in Chianti – press office
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