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14 ways onsite food service operators have provided a helping hand during coronavirus

From markets offering grocery items to providing meals for families through local food banks, operators from schools, colleges, hospitals and B&I are doing good for their communities.

Hospitality doesn’t go out the door once a pandemic hits—it just shifts a bit. That’s notion operators from K-12 schools, healthcare, colleges, senior dining and colleges have all taken to heart.

Onsite operators have long had major footholds in the communities they serve—often as one of the largest employers. The sheer number of meals these types of operations serve means they have a vast and wide influent and impact. And even now, when schools are closed, businesses are shuttered and millions are working from home, these operators know they still have a community to serve.

Here are 14 ways they are serving up some good during the crisis.

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