| Source: Katie Fanuko
It was a decision that brought the duo recognition at Monday night’s MenuDirections 2015 awards ceremony in Memphis, Tenn., which is part of FoodService Director magazine’s annual conference geared...
| Source: Pat Cobe
Although the top trends come from the restaurant side of the business, Gerry Ludwig was quick to point out implications for the noncommercial sector.
| Source: Paul King
The nutrition specialist at two Colorado hospitals was recognized for her menu and retail innovations.
| Source: The Orion
Chico State is tracking supplies back to their farm origins to comply with the state university system’s new sustainability standards.
| Source: WCYB
Volunteers joined with the school foodservice professionals in Tennessee to feed the children who depend on school breakfasts and lunches.
| Source: The Post
Researchers want to see how much power Ohio University can generate by recovering methane gas from food and landscaping waste.
| Source: Pat Cobe
Bell’s presentation, “Absolutely Everything Counts,” focused on the importance of delivering outstanding customer service through words and body language, not just interactions with customers.
| Source: FSD Staff
The new rules, effective July 1, spell out minimum requirements to be a school foodservice director and mandate continuing education for all personnel.
| Source: ZME Science
Data gathered from more than 500,000 participants at the University of Michigan verified the three most, and least, addictive foods.
| Source: The Produce News
Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools, a sub-initiative of the first lady’s Let’s Move program, announced its 4,000th salad bar has been donated to schools.
Gay Anderson has transformed the foodservice at Brandon Valley School District by introducing the Net Off Invoice program, conducting a plate-waste study and creating a prime vendor program.
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