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kids students cafeteria line
Foodservice directors across the country have boosted K-12 participation by tapping into technology and innovation.
borscht bowl
Acts Retirement-Life Communities does a monthly Meal In The Life, where residents of different cultures serve as ambassadors to help coordinate the program.
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With the mentor’s help, create a 90-day plan that is both unit- and job-specific. Include time frames for tasks to be learned, not mastered. Here's a cheat sheet...
chicken tenders
By limiting the supply of certain dishes, like Yale University did when it slashed chicken tenders, operators have created a demand—and also hype.
chefs restaurant back of house
Consultant Jim Sullivan offered some practical pointers during his educational session at the National Restaurant Association Show.
alice waters
Alice Waters shares ideas on promoting edible education in schools.
coffee cup to go
Camden County College is trying to be more proactive with our customer service and have started “Free Coffee Mondays” for students who are veterans.
FoodService Director's annual Taste the Trends tour of new Chicago restaurants revealed a number of stealable ideas that translate perfectly to noncommercial...
chocolate pieces
ACTS Retirement Life Community does a superfood table once a month for items like chocolate. Each week the menu features a superfood item, like chocolate cake.
Check out five trends shaping the next year in noncommercial foodservice.

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