What do cigarettes, alcohol, drugs and salt have in common? They are all being regulated in some way by the U.S. government due to their potential negative effects on health.
11-14-2006 Ideas and Innovation
There is no single diet for diabetics—so how can you craft a balanced menu?
04-14-2006 Ideas and Innovation
Meeting the needs of those who shun all animal-based foods, while challenging, is necessary—and not as hard as you think.
12-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
Dairy products provide numerous health benefits for our bodies, but only 30% of Americans are meeting the goal for consuming daily dairy standards. How can you help customers ‘moove’ up? We've...
09-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
Is butter worse than margarine? Does protein build muscle? Read on for answers to these and other nutrition falsehoods.
08-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
How can you help customers eat more whole grains, since not many do?
07-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
06-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
Does the term ‘low-carb’ have any significance any longer? Did it ever?
05-14-2005 Ideas and Innovation
Steve Mangan, general manager with Sodexo at Northwestern University, is trying to visit all the national parks, wishes he could speed up his metabolism and doesn't love homemade peanut brittle.
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Dining dollars have proven to be beneficial for some businesses and harmful for others.
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Michael Mills, foodservice director for the Jennings Center has found a way to save his department money while satisfying the desires of residents under the facility’s recently adopted person-centered care model.
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