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Healthier Concessions Maximizing The Bottom Line Maximizing Healthier Choices

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Healthier Concessions Maximizing The Bottom Line Maximizing Healthier Choices. Our children and families are the primary patrons What we eat and drink has a profound effect on our health People can’t make healthier choices if none exist Children are less healthy and more overweight . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Healthier Concessions

Maximizing The Bottom LineMaximizing Healthier Choices

Our children and families are the primary patrons

What we eat and drink has a profound effect on our health

People cant make healthier choices if none exist

Children are less healthy and more overweight Barriers to Making the ChangePeople wont buy healthy food

Theyll just buy the junk food somewhere else

Healthier food is more expensive/perishable

Food establishment expertise lacking

Maximizing the Bottom LineConsultant/SHIP NutritionistExplored ways municipal concessions can both maximize profits and offer a healthier menuefficiencies in operationscost of goods soldmenu adjustmentsWork with vendors

2011 MENU - EDINA POOLMeal ItemsNachos Pretzel w/cheesePersonal PizzaHot DogState Fair Corn DogBagelPopcorn

BeveragesIcees(2 flavors)Reg. Soft Drink (7 flavors)Large Soft Drink (7 flavors)Bottled Drinks (Water)

Candy/CookiesSour Bright CrawlersSkittlesSour Patch KidsSwedish FishLaffy Taffy CherryLaffy Taffy GrapeMilky Way BarNibs Cherry LicoriceReeses P B CupsSnickers BarSour Gummi WormsStarburst OriginalStarburst TropicalTwizzlers StrawberryOreo MinisChips Ahoy CookiesRitz P B CrackersChipsRuffles Cheddar & Sour CreamDoritosCheetosBaked LaysOdis Spunkmeyer Cookie

Cool ItemsBombpopOrange SherbetVanilla Ice Cream Sandwich Fudge BarVanilla Ice Cream BarHeath Ice Cream BarDream Stick BarFiscal ImprovementsImplemented financial advice of consultantDiscontinued sale of candyDecreased number of total menu itemsNo item under $2Reengineered menu to consider Cost of Goods and Cost of Labor Removed some unhealthy items and added healthier items

2012 MenuMeal ItemsNachos Pretzel w/cheesePersonal PizzaHot DogState Fair Corn DogPB & JBagelPopcornBeveragesIcees(2 flavors)Reg. Soft Drink (7 flavors)Large Soft Drink (7 flavors)Bottled Drinks (1 water & 4 flavored waters)

Snack ItemsString CheeseApple DippersFruit SnacksGoGurtYogurt ParfaitsCliff Kidz Oreo MinisRitz Bitz CheeseGranola BarChips (3 flavors)Pop Chips (3 flavors)Odis Spunkmeyer CookieCool ItemsPopsiclesFrozen Fruit BarOrange SherbetVanilla Ice Cream SandwichFudge Bar

Availability of Food & Beverage options at Edina Aquatic CenterNumber of Options AvailableNumber of Non-Healthier Options AvailableNumber of Healthier Options Available201149320123122IncomeTotal Profit

2011

$59,657

2012

$64,386

Dwan Golf ClubMenu primarily sandwich mealsMade stealth changes to menuDecreased the hamburger and deli meat portionDecreased portion of the french friesIncreased spices, decreased salt in sandwich fillingsIncreased price on candy and reduced selectionIncreased number of granola bars availableReengineered menu to consider Cost of Goods and Cost of Labor

Portion Size ChangesFood ItemBefore (2011)After (2012)Jumbo hot dog1/4 lb.1/5 lb.Regular hot dog1/6 lb.1/7 lb.Hamburger1/3 lb.1/4 lb.Deli meat4 oz.3 oz.Tuna salad, egg salad4 oz.3 oz.Soup14 oz.12 oz.French fries4-5 oz.3 oz.

Edina Aquatics Center Increased profits $4,729 over 2011

Richfield Pool Profits up 20%, $8,000

Dwan Golf Club Profits on Concessions up 6%*Eleven concession stands have implemented none report loss of income*Healthier Concessions . . .Increases peoples choicesDoes not interfere with profitsPromotes the well-being of community residents, especially childrenIs the public face of communitys commitment to health

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