How Morrison Living is navigating the ‘next normal’ in senior dining

Constant innovation is helping Morrison and its teams of chefs adapt successfully during the pandemic and beyond.

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As vice president of culinary for Morrison Living, chef Adam Grafton oversees dining in more than 400 senior communities across country. He views senior dining as a new way of “cheffing” and continues to get excited about working in this segment since he started over 20 years ago.

Listen as Grafton relates how a close relationship with his grandparents inspired him to forge a connection with seniors, and how he sees endless opportunities for innovation in senior dining. These attributes have helped Morrison and its teams of chefs adapt successfully to the pandemic and beyond—as they navigate what's next.

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