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To:Coworking From:OC Houston Subject:[Coworking] Re: What types of snacks do you provide? Date:Fri, 16 Mar 2012 19:42:18 -0700 (PDT)
 

This is getting better and better. :-) I forgot to looking up a
vending machine service this week. I need to add that to my list.

Hmmm. I don't see my last reply.

Toni

On Mar 16, 9:01pm, Alex Hillman <dangerouslyawes...@gmail.com> wrote:
> A cereal bar, awesome idea!
>
> We have a few food-related things at Indy Hall:
>
> 1) a vending machine that is stocked weekly with all local-made snacks and
> beverages. Tastycake may have been bought by an Atlanta company, but
> they're still employing Philadelphia workers at the factory. The owner of
> this new business (offering the vending machines) is a member of Indy Hall
> herself.
>
> 2) We have a weekly "meal plan" that's organized by a few of our members
> and a local personal chef. You pay $20/month (5/meal) for a "whatever she
> picks" catered lunch. It's always an entree + a fruit or salad. It's
> delicious, nutritious, and heck - $5.
>
> 3) Our newest membership subset is called "CounterCultr", a group of
> foodies that swap recipes, do food photography, menu-writing, and other
> creative work surrounding food. Us having a full (albeit non-commercial)
> kitchen means they're not shuffling between each others' kitchens every
> week while they experiment with their food ideas. The group is growing and
> a lot of fun. Bonus: they leave leftovers for the next day for everyone to
> share
>
> This is all on top of the usual coffe-provisions, the occasional pizza
> lunch, the periodic snack samples dropped off by various vendors, and
> generous members who bring in bagels, pretzels, fruit, baked goods, etc to
> share.
>
> -Alex
>
> /ah
> indyhall.org
> coworking in philadelphia
>
> On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 6:20 PM, Ryan L. Cross <rcr...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > We have a cereal bar in our space. We provide bowls, spoons, milk and 6
> > (just upped it from 4) different kinds of cereal. I've not heard one person
> > say that they don't find this to be a valuable amenity. I thought that was
> > interesting. On a practical note, the milk is the only pain to provide (as
> > it needs to be purchased on a very regular basis). The rest we have
> > subscriptions setup on Amazon.
>
> > In case you're wondering, yes the cereal is in alphabetical order. ;)
>
> > Ryan
>
> > On Thursday, March 8, 2012 1:15:25 PM UTC-7, OC Houston wrote:
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> >> We are in the planning stages of a coworking space. I've read that
> >> most spots provide snacks. What types of snacks are typically offered?
> >> Do you stay away from junk foods?
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