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lettuce eat dining
Forced to battle crumbling infrastructure and a constant churn of trends, sometimes the best way to save a foodservice operation is to change it entirely.
College and university foodservice operators are facing down a number of shifting factors, from growing interest in local sourcing to a rise in the minimum wage.
salad chef
To keep up with the growing demand for healthy, customizable options, operators are kicking their old salad bars to the curb and engineering new offerings.
olympic athlete feeding tables
As associate director of food and nutrition services for the U.S. Olympic Committee, Terri Moreman leads foodservice at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado.
The hottest renovation this week in noncommercial foodservice may be our revamped website.
Sheetz convenience store
In the c-store business, Sheetz is revered as a trendsetter, particularly in blending the line between retailing and foodservice. Here's a look at the innovator's most food-forward format...
Check out how these universities are capturing off-campus students, slicing labor in half and shrinking pre-consumer food waste.
Officials say the high-tech site will allow the university to expand the food options it offers.
The new layout of Brigham and Women's cafeteria, now dubbed Garden Cafe, allows for garden views, more seating and new menu options, as well as an infused water station...

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