INSIDER SERIES: When Dietary Restrictions Won’t Quit

By Rejuvenate Staff, April 6, 2015

Food and beverage expert Tess Vismale, CMP, DES, shares tips for foolproofing your meeting menu. “Start backwards and really assess the needs of your attendees,” she says. “Do they have celiac disease? Do they have strawberry allergies?” Surveying your attendees for dietary restrictions is a quick preventive measure that will ensure you meet their needs. Watch this week’s Insider Series for more F&B tips.

Allergy slides contributed by Tracy Stuckrath, of Thrive! Meetings & Events.

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