Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Patients at Twin Cities Community Hospital can order from a menu, have their meal cooked-to-order and then have the executive chef come check to see how everything turned out.
The Bureau of Prisons didn’t provide any reasons for the quick about-face.
Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine have suggested the consolidation of programs that feed students outside of school hours, as well as the elimination of red tape.
LSU is set to break ground on the Tiger Athletic Nutrition Center as early as Spring 2016.
Stanford University students want the new dining hall to serve vegan food with one meat entrée per meal in halal and kosher form.
Although 95 percent of Oregon schools offer breakfast programs, only one-third of eligible kids eat school breakfast, according to a recent report by Upstream Public Health.
The fast-casual restaurant will begin serving students in the university’s new dining hall in June 2016.
City officials ordered several food trucks to shut down operations, citing violations of the New Haven, Conn., food-truck vendor ordinances.
Members of Sodexo dining staff held an open forum to discuss student concerns about options for those with food allergies and pricing at campus cafes.
A new study by the General Accountability Office finds participation rates declining.


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