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When we started our guest tray program, we didn’t accept credit card payments and we were averaging about seven guest trays per month.
Wishard Hospital, which graced Indianapolis for 150 years, is no more. In its place is a sleek 350-bed medical center.
Students at 2,700-student Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania are enjoying healthier foods on the go—even late night—thanks to a new campus food truck.
This month: 10 trends for 2014, FDA curbs antibiotics in livestock, laptops nixed in Michigan cafeterias and more.
Though a large number of operators (45%) reported that their catering revenue stayed the same in the past year, there are some promising signs of growth in certain segments, according to The Big Picture.
We surveyed nearly 600 foodservice management professionals to find out about their salaries and demographic profiles. It's good news on the salary front if you're a director at a college or hospital, but bad news if you're a woman or working in a long-term care facility. ...
A number of colleges are adjusting service hours to accommodate student demand while at the same time trimming some costs. Sometimes, however, that reduction in hours is met with student...
Late-night dining, budget cuts and food trends also included in the 2013 B&I Census.
Twenty-nine percent of non-commercial operators saw a decrease in staff size in the past two years, according to The Big Picture. Of that 29%, the majority of operators cited budget cuts as a reason for trimming their workforce. Schools were significantly more likely than other segments to cut staff because they are using more prepared foods.
The non-commercial sector is a thriving realm for foodservice, according to a new report by Technomic.

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