Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Jeffrey Mills, former director of food and nutrition services for D.C. Public Schools, filed a lawsuit after he was fired for alleged mismanagement and fraud.
If Kent State University students, faculty and staff want a quick bite they can simply check Twitter or Facebook to find the university's new bright yellow food truck...
The Jefferson County Public Schools bus has been delivering meals for the last month and is an expansion of a mobile lunch program, which feeds children in needy areas.
Coulson wins for her dedication to the organization and the industry.
In the past eight weeks, the students created a compost pile of over 425 pounds of food.
When Joshua Karimi, sophomore in secondary education, signed up to live in the K-State residence halls, he got more than he anticipated. He and around 599 other students were set up in overflow...
School Board officials are in the process of updating the district's policy on how long students should be allowed to charge school lunches if their parents have unpaid balances...
More and more schools across the country are opting for a pay-by-fingerprint system in the cafeteria to cut down on theft and speed up the lunch line.
A report estimates that 116,051 breakfast meals and 16,866 lunches were falsely recorded at the Escambia County School District from 2009 through pending 2013-14 school year.
The Kansas Hospital Association suggests that the hospitals offer more fruits and veggies, provide nutrition labels, eliminate fried foods and offer healthier choices in vending machines.


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