10-30-2015 | By FSD Staff
Some say they want more healthful items in the mix.
Dining choices have been expanded by the opening of Lexington Regional Health Center’s new facilities.
10-29-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
Leaders from the Senate Agriculture Committee are nearly finished with a legislative measure that would adjust controversial school-meal rules.
10-29-2015 | By FSD Staff
The contractor’s progress in meeting specific goals will be the focus of monthly meetings.
The BackPack Program provides at-risk students with food for school vacations and weekends.
Atlantic County Institute of Technology students not only prepare and serve the food for the cafe, but also learn how to run a restaurant.
The foodservice vendor also had a disc jockey, games and prize giveaways at Tennessee Technological University’s opening.
10-28-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
The group asked lawmakers to keep certain provisions that K-12 foodservice directors would like to change.
Participation in the federal Community Eligibility Provision—which allows schools to serve free meals to all students regardless of income—rose by 20 percent this year, according to Agriculture...
10-28-2015 | By FSD Staff
Garrett Blinn, owner of the Buttz Food Truck, alleges that Houston ISD severed his contract because the name of his truck and the food he sells would offend pork eaters.
With wide flexibility in spice and vegetarian options, the draw of this Asian cuisine is growing.
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The fast-casual brand’s first C&U location is on the University of Kentucky’s Lexington campus.
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76 percent of foodservice directors cited finding time for staff training as their top training challenge in FoodService Director’s 2014 Big Picture Survey.
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