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Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
An Illinois school district is contemplating whether to make a free breakfast and lunch available to all students starting next school year.
President Barack Obama criticized university administrators Friday for driving up the cost of college with high-priced extras such as gourmet cafeteria food.
School officials in Tennessee are exploring the cost and effectiveness of privatizing the district’s food service with a cafeteria management company. The business would likely oversee staffing,...
Oregon brewer, Falling Sky, hopes to open a pub and pizzeria in the remodeled Erb Memorial Union at the University of Oregon.
The SNA and United Fresh Produce Association are in disagreement over fruit and vegetable regulations found in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Northern Kentucky University has implemented a policy in which a healthy food option must be included at every food station and all events with catered food. Thirty percent of items in vending...
Foodservice workers say Chartwells added an extra half hour to their schedule, increased healthcare costs and cut access to old email accounts.
Students campaigned, now every cup of coffee and tea bought from foodservice vendors on the University of Northern British Columbia campus is certified Fair Trade.
A cafeteria manager is accused of cooking the books to get more money. The district says the manager was able to get more than $23,000 in extra federal funding.
The website allows parents access to menus, nutritional information, free and reduced lunch applications, and online payments.

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