menu development

Cafeterias are closing down at some Quinte Health Care hospitals and will be replaced with auxiliary cafes or retail food operations.
Jackson Elementary students not only receive a free breakfast, but also have more opportunities each morning for physical activity and academic help.
indian bowl rice chicken
Student employees from India approached a manager at Murray State University and said they would like to do a hot line of authentic Indian food for everyone.
students lunch money
By taking advantage of federal programs and partnering with their communities, K-12 foodservice operations are tackling food insecurity in their districts.
mini sponge cakes
According to Technomic's 2015 Dessert Consumer Trend Report, 34 percent of consumers are more likely to order dessert if a smaller portion is available. ...
"The dining habits of the baby boomers are very different from those of their parents, along with their physical and intellectual habits,” says Mark Holmes...
vegan salad
Although colleges and universities have long offered vegan choices, the segment is upping its game. Yale's efforts to feed vegans exceed what's required...
philly cheesesteak
To “clean” up his school’s cheesesteak, Chef Kevin Frank replaced the meat product with one that’s more healthful and saves seven cents per serving.
cafeteria tray line
Lunchtime atmosphere is shifting from tray lines toward family-style dining at 10 K-12 schools in the Philadelphia area, thanks to the Eatiquette program.
If you’ve been to MenuDirections, you’ll notice a number of changes at the event, taking place Feb. 28–March 1 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront.

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