Healthful menu changes boost hospital’s dining program

Healthful menu changes boost hospital’s dining program

Stanford Health Care’s switch to more local products, more scratch production and less fat, sugar and salt has boosted sales and customer satisfaction.

Most of the beef now served at Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto, Calif., comes from a local purveyor called Mindful Meats, which repurposes grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free dairy cows past their milk-producing days into premium meats used by some of the Bay Area’s trendiest restaurants.

The deal with Mindful Meats is perhaps the most prominent sign o

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