Ladisa Opens Three Food Courts At The Ministry Of Infrastructure And Transport

Three brand new bars with food court areas for the Rome offices of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport. On Friday 16th October at 11:30, the via Nomentana site will open a new bar and restaurant service for staff. The facilties will be overseen by Ladisa, the Apulian catering company that has been awarded a six-year contract to provide services at the ministry offices in via Nomentana, via dell’Arte and via Caraci. The managing director of the ministry will be joined by other directors to speak at the via Nomentana opening ceremony, which will be held on the same day as the opening of the viale dell'Arte facility. The via Araci service will be operative from 30th October.

The work carried out by Ladisa during its renovation of the three sites (due to provide services to approximately 2,500 staff) has seen a complete restyling of the catering areas, with the installation of state-of-the-art equipment. Employees will once again be able to use catering facilities at the via Nomentana site following a closure of over a year, while the other two facilities will also offer a newly renovated and more welcoming environment.

Apulian dishes and more for the ministry employees; the Ladisa staff offer a daily selection of meals (three-course lunches, quick meals or salad dishes) based on traditional Mediterranean recipes, prepared in the meal preparation centres at the three ministry sites. Prime quality is guaranteed with the use of selected ingredients from the Ladisa chain, which manages over 200,000 different items and a high standard of food safety is ensured by its innovative, ad hoc IT system which certifies the traceability of its supply chain.  

The food courts are further enlivened by a communication campaign on wall displays, which feature slogans on the topic of nutrition.  

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