| Source: The Journal News
A school district is monitoring students and staff after a cafeteria worker was diagnosed with Hepatitis A.
| Source: Learning Lab
A plan by Boston public schools to cut costs by reducing the variety and number of food offerings is raising concerns among parents and foodservice employees, worried students won’t find anything...
| Source: Niche
Niche.com has ranked the top 100 school districts in the nation based on their cafeteria offerings. A high ranking is gained by offering a variety of healthy, quality food options with dietary...
| Source: Rocky Mount Telegram
The CDC believes contaminated Blue Bell ice cream led to five Kansas hospital patients being sickened, resulting in three deaths.
| Source: The Financial Express
About 66% of top managers in corporate, healthcare and educational institutions are convinced improving quality of life is a strategic priority, according to a Sodexo report.
| Source: M Live
An Aramark employee supposedly told a kitchen worker to serve cake that was partially eaten by rodents to fellow inmates at a correctional facility in Michigan.
| Source: The State News
A former MSU employee who made a threatening call, causing a secure-in-place at a dining hall cafeteria, turned herself in and has been arraigned.
| Source: U-T San Diego
As the Meatless Monday trend continues to grow, one medical center hosted a vegan workshop in partnership with the Humane Society of the United States.
| Source: News-Press.com
Cape Coral Hospital came together with Lee County School District and Caloosa Elementary and Middle Schools to create a learning experience that also provides produce for the hospital cafeteria.
| Source: LaPorteCountyLife.com
The newest community dining experience is Café 1007 at Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital, offering fine dining, healthful dishes and a full-service salad bar.
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