Food and Nutrition Services

 

Welcome to Marquette General Health Systems Food and Nutrition Services Department.

 

Our North Country Café Menu now offers a “Well Being” option.

 

This option provides customers a daily meal choice each day that falls within certain nutritional guidelines. Well Being is our comprehensive nutrition education and dining program. We use a balanced approach that includes your preferences and the latest nutrition research.

 

Our menu icon (Well Being ) makes it easy for you to identify choices within the Well Being brand.

 

Well Being This icon will highlight a featured meal (entrée and two sides) with fewer than 550 calories, less than 15 grams of fat, and at least 2 -3 grams of fiber.

 

Well Being This meal will come at a special combo price
(no substitutions)

 

Well Being You will receive a punch card for Well Being purchases. Each Well Being meal will earn one punch on your card. After 10 punches on this card, you will receive a free Well Being meal.

 

 

The North Country Cafe’s menu will now highlight its vegetarian entrees by the following:
V = Vegetarian
(Contains no meat, fish, poultry, may contain egg, milk or honey)

 

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Well Being - Smart Choices for Smart Dining

 

Nutritional Information

 

Hot entrée signage in the North Country Café still includes calories, grams of fat, carbohydrates and milligrams of sodium for reference.

 

Example: Beef Noodle Soup 180/6/22/350

This means the Beef Noodle Soup contains 180 calories, 6 grams of fat, 22 grams of carbohydrates, and 250 milligrams of sodium.

 

Featured Section -

 

Analysis of Food in Cafeteria

   

- Survey Results Nov 2010

- Survey Results May 2010

- Survey Results Nov 2009

   

 

 

If you have any questions, concerns, or comments regarding the food service in Marquette General Hospital, please feel free to contact me at 906-225-3490.

 

Sincerely, Carol Holman, R.D., MHA, Director of Food and Nutrition Services