Accession Number : ADA002116

Title :   The Consumer's Opinions of the Food Service System: The 1973 Fort Lee Survey

Corporate Author : ARMY NATICK LABS MA

Personal Author(s) : Branch, Laurence G ; Waterman, Day ; Symington, Lawrence E ; Meiselman, Herbert L

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Report Date : May 1974

Pagination or Media Count : 94

Abstract : Opinions were elicited from 619 enlisted personnel at Fort Lee to determine various elements related to food service, including the background characteristics of the samples, their meal patterns, which factors influence attendance and which factors are viewed as problem areas, their evaluations of the quality, variety, and quantity of the food as well as several other non-food features of Army food service. The results indicated among other things that not just those who dislike military service dislike Army food service, the traditional assumption of 21 meals a week is invalid for these groups, speed of service is the most serious problem. Additional recommendations are presented in the text.


Subject Categories : Food, Food Service and Nutrition
      Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE