Food for all
Food for all
Google is legendary for being generous with free food and, as the company has expanded, that policy hasn't changed. Since the company last topped Fortune's Best Companies to Work for in 2007, the number of Googlers has more than tripled. The company has scaled its culinary efforts to match, more than doubling the number of cafeterias from 11 to 25 at its Mountain View headquarters. Options continue to include the Asian-themed Cafe Gia and Cafe 150, a restaurant that only uses ingredients sourced from within 150 miles.



By JP Mangalindan, writer-reporter @FortuneMagazine - Last updated January 30 2012: 3:18 PM ET
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