Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
The district’s FSD attributes the success to expanding breakfast, smarter purchasing and cutting back on food waste.
The No Student Goes Hungry Program aims to shield underprivileged students from embarrassment, and to provide expanded breakfast and farm-fresh foods in schools.
The demos are conducted during lunch.
Boston Public Schools is the newest district to join the group, which says it now reaches nearly 3.7 million students.
An additional 35 schools will adapt vegan menus by the end of the school year.
The chain, which helped spur the food hall trend, is eager to boost U.S. growth.
The university’s student workers will make $11 an hour beginning Jan. 1.
One school served around 370 meals on Friday and Saturday.
Fassler leaves behind a 50-plus-year career in the foodservice industry.
The new rules proposed would entitle workers to four hours of pay if they have to call for schedule changes.


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