Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Food trucks have been temporarily serving Honolulu Community College’s campus as school officials struggled to find a new provider.
Anderson High School plans to open the Nacho Average Food Truck this month, where students will have access to dishes such as tacos, chili-lime melon and zesty black beans.
For the next two weeks, Dubuque Community School District will serve locally sourced watermelon, bell peppers, carrots, apples and cabbage.
Students a South Seattle College serve up French-inspired dishes for less than $10 at Alhadeff Grill.
Seventy-seven of Kansas’s hospitals have pledged to review their food and beverage policies as part of the Healthy Kansas Initiative, which aims to serve better, healthier foods to patients, staff...
West Virginia University is reducing its multiple foodservice distributors to one to save money on purchasing and delivery costs.
Mario Perez, chef at Comal Independent School District, will be honored at the foodservice vendor’s annual Compass Night of the Stars event Oct. 22.
On behalf of Anoka-Hennepin School District, a collection agency will in January start contacting families who have contributed to the district’s $160,000 in unpaid lunch fees.
One Lincoln Park’s dining and common areas will be redesigned with a new bistro and a walk-up bar converted from an old gift shop.


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