Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Saint Mary-Corwin Medical Center wants their neighbors in Bessemer to eat more fresh fruits and veggies, but that can be difficult if you can't drive to the grocery store...
That’s what Seabreeze High School is telling students, though not just in the cafeteria — students who want to leave campus for lunch are asked to pay a $20 fee annually.
Since opening on Aug. 29, Slice has served a diverse menu including creative pizzas, calzones and salads.
Within the next couple years, all of Riverhead School District’s students will receive a wider variety of fresher, healthier and tastier meals.
UMaine has been named one of the top green universities across the country, but many may not realize how much effort is involved to keep up UMaine’s sustainability.
Thanks to the University's Dining@PSU app that connects students with two week's worth of daily menus, nutrition information, a food log and a calorie-counting tool, making smart food...
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples is raising objections to a school district pilot program that encourages kids to eat meatless lunches once a week.
Meals are a bit tastier this year at two local parochial schools that have opted out of federal funding for lunch.
Most employees look forward to the proverbial lunch bell. In addition to providing a much-needed respite and providing the energy for completing the day’s work, lunchtime gives them a chance to bond.
Thyme and Change is the most recent addition to Ohio State Dining Services, usually parked near the corner of 17th and Neil avenues outside of Baker Systems Engineering.


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