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Senior General Manager

Bon Appetit Management Company

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Bon Appetit Management Company

100 Hamilton Avenue Suite 400

Palo Alto, California, 94301

United States

Company Description

Bon Appetit Management Company is an on-site restaurant company offering full food-service management to corporations, universities, and specialty venues. Based in Palo Alto, CA, Bon Appetit has more than 500 cafes in 33 states. Bon Appetit food is cooked from...more

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http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/news/ci_22857697/university-redlands-university-club-gets-makeover

Brett Martin, resident district manager of Bon Appetit, commented on the inspiration behind the renovation.
"When the space was opened it was a state-of-the-art facility. We wanted to make sure it stayed that way, so it was a matter of course to refresh things. The new d cor is very warm and reflects a place where people are welcome to sit down and break bread together," Martin said. "It is part of our duty to stay current and give people something new to think about," Martin said.


http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/news/ci_14943390

Bon Appetit district manager Brett Martin said Bon Appetit employs "green" practices every day.
"This is just one of the days we picked to educate people," he said. He said there is a "great audience" at schools like the University of Redlands because students care about what goes into their


http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/ci_11815117

Brett Martin, senior general manager of Bon Appetit, said the Redlands location tries to get 30 percent of its produce in the summer months from local growers.
"Without that commitment from the university, this couldn't happen," Martin said of Bon Appetit's emphasis on environmental awareness. Martin said Bon Appetit is running a 12-week study to see where they can cut down food waste. "At the end of the day, anything that is wasted is a loss," he said.


PE.com | Inland Southern California | Inland News

And students have grown more accepting of homegrown tomatoes and apples, which may not be as shiny, but taste a lot better, said Brett Martin, senior general manager for Bon Appetit, food service contractor at the university. "I think there's certainly more awareness about eating proper nutrition," Martin said. A rising number of colleges and universities nationwide are buying more food from local farmers and manufacturers rather than national distributors, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education, a weekly journal that monitors trends at the nation's colleges and universities. Escalating energy and transportation prices and the popularity of high-end, natural-food supermarkets such as Whole Foods Market also are helping drive the trend. This comes as no surprise to Martin. The Redlands campus has offered a Farm to Fork booth featuring fresh ingredients from local farmers and organic foods for about three years."That tomato I get at the supermarket tastes nothing like what I remember as a kid," Martin said, adding that his grandfather used to grow tomatoes at his home in San Juan Capistrano. Martin said small- and mid-size farmers still grow produce that appeals to his palate.Most of the farmers whom the University of Redlands uses are within 150 miles of the campus, he said. "That's a whole different flavor experience," Martin said.It isn't easier for a campus food contractor such as Martin to buy locally, said Bob Knight Jr., manager of Sunnyheights Ranch in Crafton.


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"It's a good deal," said Brett Martin, Bon Appétit's General Manager."The important thing is that this is part of the educational process, and we're always interested in encouraging that." Even when he's on vacation Whittier Sous Chef Michael Hudspeth is always thinking about fun events for the Whittier community.He turned a recent Hawaiian vacation into a luau feast for the students.Inspired by the foods he ate during his trip, he created an authentic menu.


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