Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Dining services departments take a hands-on approach to ensure food safety.
Colorado foodservice department wants to serve more students by taking meals mobile.
A new ban, starting Oct. 1, required all institutions that produce more than a ton of food waste per week to find other ways to discard food besides landfills.
The hospital is the first in Pennsylvania to start a garden on campus.
Under the Community Eligibility Provision, 35,000 students will receive free breakfasts and lunches next school year.
Pantry machines help non-commercial operators offer more than the traditional chips and soda.
The Ohio hospital’s new digs will include stations for pizza, grilling and sautéing.
Oroville schools’ sales of pizza, chips and pretzels have been negatively affected by new USDA rules.
An “enhanced lunch” will be available for 50 more cents at Lampeter-Strasburg School District.
The StrEat truck is the first school-owned food truck in the Big 12 Conference.


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