food safety

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Knowing some children won’t eat if access to cafeteria meals is cut off, school foodservices are finding ways to stay in operation when bad weather cancels classes.
Local health officials also found 12 violations at the dining hall where nearly 200 students were sickened.
More than 190 students fell ill at Ursinus College.
The foodservice vendor said it plans to maintain a safer, cleaner environment following the incident, which occurred at the University of Chicago.
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Here’s how fellow FSDs are taking precautions to minimize disruptions to their operations.
Authorities believe a renovation may have raised the hazard.
As 2016 gets underway with state budgets still not approved in Illinois and Pennsylvania, state grants for higher education remain in limbo. For some students, that means not having enough money for...
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Operators in states where earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding and tornadoes are commonplace are keeping natural disasters in mind when designing or renovating.
Dining halls are also being sanitized to prevent the toll of infected students from soaring past 120.
Valparaiso University’s G8 menu will change daily.

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