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James Martin explains how The Village at St. Edward handles the challenges of accommodating residents with food allergies in a segment that already abounds in special dietary needs.
05-13-2013 Ideas and Innovation
Students at Bucknell University, in Lewisburg, Pa., can now grab a little pick-me-up, courtesy of dining services. As part of its Bucknell Nutrition Initiative Program (BNIP), Parkhurst Dining...
Julianne Aiello, director of marketing and sustainable development for Madison, N.J.-based Gourmet Dining, says the Eat Green Give Green Campaign was designed to encourage campus communities to dine...
03-14-2013 Ideas and Innovation
The Food and Nutrition Services department at UCSF Medical Center is turning to a couple of high-tech gadgets to help customers live a healthier lifestyle.
03-13-2013 Ideas and Innovation
02-12-2013 Ideas and Innovation
Three years ago à la carte items were given a makeover at 33,500-student Cincinnati Public Schools. “We saw the writing on the wall,” says Jessica Shelly, food services...
12-03-2012 Ideas and Innovation
The implementation of the new U.S. Department of Agriculture meal regulations for school breakfasts and lunches may be causing some school districts—particularly those with low percentages...
11-19-2012 Ideas and Innovation
Regional foodservice provider FitzVogt & Associates is partnering with a developer of assisted living facilities for seniors in Massachusetts on the design and management of several...
11-12-2012 Ideas and Innovation
The first two or three months of the 2012-2013 school year could rank as the most challenging time for the National School Lunch Program since its inception more than 60 years ago. New meal...
10-24-2012 Ideas and Innovation
With Meatless Mondays, low-carbon diets and under 500 calorie meals, foodservice operators are always looking for the next food trend. At the University of Connecticut, it’s the raw foods...
Small plates offer artful fare for a fraction of the calories.
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After reporting two embezzlements in the same school year, the Ukiah Unified School District is striving to reduce cash payments and detect employee fraud earlier.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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