Food 2.0 brings healthier dining options to Seymour-Johnson

Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, is the latest installation to implement the Food 2.0 initiative to offer healthier options to customers with the reopening of two renovated dining facilities on 29 Oct. Since 2018, Seymour-Johnson prepared and initiated the new food concepts for the Southern Eagle dining facility and the Afterburner flight kitchen. Both facilities had been closed for $1.8 million in server renovations and transformation. (Courtesy Photo)

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