Originally Posted by Sir_Loin_of_Beef
Yes, a hospital cafeteria would be the perfect location. In case of any type of food poisoning; ptomaine, salmonella, e coli, listeria, botulism, whatever, you would be right there.
From the article it seems that the products will have a 24 hour shelf life. Proteins are sold separately from the salads. I don't see any cause for concern. This is likely a shorter shelf life than many grocery stores or airport food vendors give their in store made salads.
I don't see how this would be any more likely to give you food poisoning, ptomaine, salmonella, e coli, listeria, botulism or "whatever".