Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
A new study suggests that, by changing the lunch environment, schools can encourage kids to make better choices without even changing their menus.
More students are eating the school lunches at the northwest suburban school district that revamped its food service program after rejecting a federal subsidy this year.
The mess is a small price to pay for a program that officials hope will keep thousands of pounds of food waste away from the landfill, and instill in children lifelong habits.
As Americans break out the cranberries for Thanksgiving dinners, the federal government is taking steps to put more of the tart fruit in food pantries and school lunches.
The San Francisco Unified School District's new fresh-food program has been giving schools a stomachache, as a lack of refrigerators has put the brakes on plans to expand the program...
A growing number of U.S. college students is turning to food pantries for meals. At least 100 pantries have opened across the country in the past 6 years.
A sunflower project at UW-Platteville is preparing to bottle its second batch of organic food-grade oil, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.
The Unite Here union called for Intel Corp. to protect the jobs of cafeteria workers who may be impacted by a change in catering companies running the facility.
The University of Chicago has received certification from GFFS Accreditation Program for its medical center and campus food service operations.
Students' photos of grotesque mystery meats and mush served up as school lunches are making waves on Twitter thanks to their shared hashtag: #ThanksMichelleObama...


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