02-02-2015 | Source: Paul King
It’s important for operators to understand growing trends in the foodservice industry, from using environmental nutrition to make smarter choices to adequately managing an increase in consumer...
01-30-2015 | Source: Greenville Online
The state’s new Superintendent of Education is allowing schools to apply for a waiver to sell unhealthy snacks on certain days.
01-30-2015 | Source: The Louisville Cardinal
Sodexo and the University of Louisville are in talks to increase meal plan costs by $25-$45 after the foodservice manager underestimated how much it would cost over time to deliver food to students.
01-30-2015 | Source: The Augusta Chronicle
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says that Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s decision to include a McDonald’s restaurant on its premises indicates “misaligned interests.”
01-30-2015 | Source: The Bollivar Commercial
After receiving a Nutrition Integrity grant, Cleveland School District, in Bolivar County, Miss., replaced fat fryers with steam ovens at two schools to make healthier meals for its students.
01-30-2015 | Source: The Morning Journal
Despite bad publicity about the company’s food delivery services in state facilities, Lorain County officials say they have a good working relationship with Aramark.
01-30-2015 | Source: WSHM
Ken Toong, executive director of auxiliary enterprises at UMass, is betting a clam bake feast should the Patriots lose. However, he plans on enjoying a crab boil with seven lucky students at the...
01-29-2015 | Source: FSD Staff
The School Nutrition Association’s latest position paper calls on Congress to consider changes prior to the Healthy, Hungry-Free Kids Act reauthorization.
01-28-2015 | Source: KyForward
Continental breakfast is free for everyone while lunch is free for only students, with employees paying $4. The self-sustaining bistro offers international recipes and gets some of its food from the...
01-28-2015 | Source: WQOW
College students consider take-away food a privilege of expensive meal plans, but one university says stolen food adds up to $50,000 annually.
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The state is suing the U.S. Army, alleging that the Army is preventing it from executing its $1 million cafeteria contract at Fort Riley.
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Esteemed members of the Chefs' council Cameron Clegg, Darla Mehrkens and Ryan McNulty answer the question, what are you doing about the price of eggs?...
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