Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
While the meal plan at University of Georgia may be simple to understand and comparative to the price of other schools’ options, the convenience and quality it provides is what keeps students coming...
Food Brings Hope and Daytona State College have partnered once again to treat nearly 400 Volusia County students Dec. 5 to a catered dinner and holiday concert.
Buried in the giant spending bill were provisions that prohibit the federal government from requiring less salt in school lunches and allow schools to obtain exemptions from whole-grain requirements...
Indiana State University students will be seeing an increase in cost for the standard housing and meal plans next year.
A Colorado school district is raffling off prizes such as movie tickets and iPods to students who decide to buy lunch at any campus cafeteria in town.
Quinte Health Care administrators are proposing a switch from cafeterias to big-name food franchises in its three southern hospitals.
With the new model, campus food service will be provided by both the culinary program and local outside vendors.
Cafeteria workers in the Princeton Public Schools are striking today to protest employer Nutri-Serve’s unilateral change of terms of employment that workers say included a slashing wages and benefits.
Two foreign companies have pleaded guilty to fraud and conspiracy for overcharging the U.S. military in connection with a contract to provide food and water to troops in Afghanistan.
The company operating the cafeteria at St. Vincent Hospital will be replaced next year, according to the hospital, and 82 food service workers will be laid off.


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