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More than 500 students have signed a petition urging the school to use a higher standard of dining for its kosher cafeteria, arguing the college’s current methods of food preparation don’t meet...
The University of Buffalo’s Campus Dining & Shops launched the multimillion-dollar initiative this summer, which included renovations, improved menus and expanded eateries on campus.
Former Morrison Senior Living executive will oversee the senior-living community’s purchasing and budgeting for two dining rooms and a tavern.
Tom Vilsack encouraged Congress to “expand on, solidify, institutionalize and strengthen” the regulations.
The decision impacts about 1,700 employees, including 500 foodservice staffers, many of who will receive a 33 percent pay increase.
Saginaw Valley State University is continuing with the foodservice contractor, stating it is pleased with the services provided thus far and that foodservice on a college campus is different than in...
Nearly half of working parents say they pack lunch for their children, citing fears that cafeterias are “unclean” or “unsanitary.”
The findings will be reviewed to see whether there is sufficient evidence to file charges, L.A. Unified School District spokeswoman Jane Robison said, adding that it was not known how long the review...
The Mexican food chain said it will allow students at 40 colleges to order delivery through a third-party app starting this fall.
The foodservice contractor is featuring customized celebrity-chef dishes and giving traditional stadium foods a health tweak.

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