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Chartwells Higher Education Shares Four Safety Technologies Protecting Students

Recognized leader in contract food service management Chartwells Higher Education today announced four safety technologies it has implemented on campuses across the country. While student well-being is always a top priority, the COVID-19 pandemic has required additional solutions to help students returning to college adjust to the new normal of social distancing and contactless pickup.

"We are always looking for ways to improve our services for our guests and this year, it's no surprise that safety was the priority. Even with the changes we made, we didn't want to sacrifice innovation," said Lisa McEuen, CEO of Chartwells Higher Education. "Our dining facilities and food service offerings are an integral part of the college campus community, and we're committed to making it a safe experience for our guests."

The following are four examples of safety technologies from Chartwells Higher Education:

Several of the safety technologies are part of Chartwells' Path to Open plan, which is a tiered safety approach and innovative re-opening guide it created for its 300+ campus partners. Each measure helps students maintain physical distancing while increasing convenience and accessibility for students.

To read more about Chartwells' innovations in food service, please visit www.chartwellshighered.com.

About Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services

Chartwells is the recognized leader in contract food service management, hospitality and award-winning guest service within 300 college and university dining environments throughout academic institutions across the U.S. Chartwells' nutritious cuisine not only satisfies the unique appetites, lifestyles and dietary needs of every guest dining on campus, but it also brings people together to promote the high-intensity relationships that will prepare students for the future. For more information, visit www.ChartwellsHigherEd.com, www.ChartwellsMonthly.com, www.DineonCampus.com.

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