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Revamped marketing and vibrant signage have helped promote the new options in the lunchroom.
The findings are part of a larger survey of nearly 1,000 operators showing how the 2016 school year will shape up.
After going trayless on Tuesdays, an Indiana State University facility made the jump to trayless dining every day.
A new study verifies that there's no shortage of confidence in commercial kitchens...
The cafeteria now has more open space and multiple food stations.
New options like an all-you-can-eat fruit and vegetable bar are a hit with students.
The menu debuted right when the American Heart Association released new guidelines to limit children’s daily added sugar intake to six teaspoons or less.
Employees are negotiating their pay rates with Chartwells.
The increase is the school district’s first in six years.
Along with building new dining halls, the university is seeking temporary solutions to feed the influx of hungry students.

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