Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Kim Minestra, director of nutrition services at Evanston Township High School, will serve as president.
Changes include reducing the amount of pasta served, rotating menus more often and featuring those menus on a mobile application.
A survey finds a belief the industry could be lax.
The cuts will not impact foodservice as much as feared, the state’s department of education says.
The Fight for Just Food cites the vendor’s contracts with U.S. prisons as the reason why the University of Chicago should sever ties and self-operate instead.
In an attempt to rid garbage bins of Styrofoam trays, students at Heritage Elementary found a natural alternative.
Palomar Health received a certificate of recognition for its nutrition education efforts, including its Meatless Monday program, which teaches patients how to make better dietary choices.
Earlier this week, Foodservice Director ran a story highlighting one Indiana district’s use of so-called “sandwiches of shame” as a tactic to reduce debt.
The association is seeking reimbursement for the more than $1 billion in loans and interest owed by school districts.
Since enforcing its controversial new policy, Kokomo High School has reduced its accrued lunch debt by $20,000.


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