Whether you're a school cafeteria or a college and university foodservice operation or even a corporate cafeteria, specialization in your serving lines is a great way to drive demand. Because we first eat with our eyes, when consumers are in cafeteria-type operations, they begin by looking at the serving stations, not the actual food. They begin by scanning the room, not the plate.
Fortunately, Multiteria is capable of delivering custom food serving stations to meet various needs and demands. From mobile stations that can be easily moved to sleek, modern equipment that enhances the look of a cafeteria, this brand can do it all. Let's look at a few instances where Multiteria was able to create successful foodservice operations.
When the university hosts games, they need to be able to respond to customer demand as necessary. So, Multiteria was able to install retail X-tension counters that can move from one spot to another quickly and efficiently. These pieces were so easy to install that they just required an outlet and nothing else.
Such mobile solutions empowered the university to adapt to guests during games while also elevating the foodservice experience. X-tension counters were branded with the school's logo, and they make dishes look appetizing and appealing. Finally, they offer quick-service dishes that can be swapped out easily to reduce wait times for customers.
This project highlights Multiteria's commitment to high-quality equipment as quickly as possible. In this case, the company was able to furnish an entire student center in record time during peak demand. The school's old dining space was outdated and couldn't adapt to the needs of students. The layout wasn't very intuitive, leading to bottlenecks and inefficiencies within the kitchen. Also, the old equipment looked dated, so it was time for an overhaul.
The new student center was very modern with sleek equipment, new countertops, and more efficient operations. Students can now order from multiple stations, including self-service stations. The new layout was much more intuitive so visitors could get in and out quickly. Better traffic flow leads to happier students and a more successful foodservice operation.
While practicality is a big reason for new serving stations, their appearance is also a substantial draw. Such was the case for Monterey High School, which wanted a cafeteria that better reflected its gorgeous location. The high school is surrounded by stunning scenery, but its cafeteria was bland and old-fashioned.
So, Multiteria set to work designing and implementing stunning brand-new equipment that would elevate the cafeteria experience. The primary goal was to create a cool hangout spot for students during meal breaks. But, the secondary goal was to create a streamlined cafe that could handle tons of students without slowdowns or problems. This goal was further exacerbated by a shorter lunch period, so staff have less time to serve the same number of students.