Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
After booting several thousand cafeteria workers off its health care plan last year, the foodservice company Sodexo announced that it would re-establish health benefits for many employees.
Following a year that saw many changes to Duke University's on-campus venue options, students will return to a new set of dining variations...
Many campus dining halls are taking measures to cater to a small percentage of on-campus celiac sufferers — and a larger number of gluten-free dieters — but some colleges may also be inadvertently...
Starting in the 2014-15 school year, all students can receive free breakfast and lunch as part of the Community Eligibility Provision of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.
Half-eaten tuna sandwiches and other food scraps students discard during their lunch periods in North Smithfield are being repurposed as feed for more than 3,000 pigs living in Burrillville.
A recipe for a whole new cafeteria experience is being served up in San Francisco public schools, consisting of a pinch of progress, a dash of technology and a sprinkle of student input.
Amidst dozens of major hospital projects, including a new lab, cancer treatment center area, new cardiac cath lab, and new wound care center, Sierra View District Hospital officials did not forget it...
Erie County Medical Center unveiled a new cafeteria, the Great Lakes Cafe, with a formal grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
Students at Brooks School in New Bedford, Massachusetts, will have fresh vegetables in their school cafeteria next year and they’ll come straight from their own school garden.
University of Colorado's 45-year-old Darley Dining hall will get a $48.9 million renovation this summer...


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