Residents of Chandos Lodge residential, which is part of the privately-owned Clarendon Care Home Group with 34 residents, have been asked to discover meal options, treats and free dishes for their new menu.
Joanna Cox, a manager of Chandos Lodge, said:
“Food is a huge factor in our residents’ lives and we want to ensure the meals we provide not only satisfy their tastes but benefit their health.
“Healthy eating is vital to keeping well in later life. The right spices are proven to improve longevity and well-being, while meals that are high in nutritional value help to protect cognitive functions as we age.
“It was great to see our residents take such an interest and discussing their different meal options with such enthusiasm. They are now looking forward to seeing them on the menu.”
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