While some New York City restaurants railed against a ban on polystyrene packaging, which was recently overturned, Columbia University was years ahead of the game.
04-21-2015 Ideas and Innovation
Here are four college-and-university feeding operations that each have diverted more than 10,000 pounds of food from landfills.
04-15-2015 Ideas and Innovation
A 200-gallon system enables the University of Montana to grow leafy greens and raise fish on campus.
04-13-2015 Ideas and Innovation
Foodservice operators are demonstrating that food waste recovery is a viable alternative to landfill dumping.
In non-commercial foodservice settings, only 4 to 10 percent of waste is pre-consumer, typically kitchen waste such as fruit and vegetable peels.
At Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa., an academic initiative called E.A.T. is encouraging students to be more mindful of what they eat.
03-31-2015 Ideas and Innovation
This fall, San Diego State will become the first U.S. campus to ‘certify green’ all campus-owned dining locations.
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The global food management firm says it will eliminate veal crates from the supply chain and switch to cage-free eggs.
02-16-2015 Ideas and Innovation
Currently, 15% of the district’s produce comes from farms in San Diego County, and the rest comes from farms throughout the state.
Americans care less about waste and costs to operators than they do about the feel-good nature of what the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act promises.
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The longtime Ball State foodservice manager is lauded by NACUFS for his industry work.
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To streamline recruitment of foodservice employees, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, hosts a summer job fair where candidates are interviewed and hired on the spot.
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