Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Grand Living at Lake Lorraine features multiple dining areas so its residents don’t have to eat in the same place several times a day.
The Ball State University director of campus dining was recognized for his “exemplary contributions” to the organization and the foodservice industry.
The center was renamed the Institute of Child Nutrition after officials determined a name change and new logo would better reflect its mission to promote the continuous improvement of child-nutrition...
An USDA official says that although Oklahoma’s summer-nutrition program has grown, it still isn’t expansive enough to meet students’ needs.
Tarleton State University’s food pantry will open this fall, providing healthy food to students and staff who may otherwise not have enough to eat.
Eden Prairie School District recently received a $12,500 grant that officials hope will reduce the number of lunch trays and other reusable items that need to be repurchased when students throw them...
University of Minnesota–Duluth’s Sustainable Agriculture Project engages students and faculty in growing food for its dining services on land that was formerly an agricultural testing ground.
The franchise has announced plans to continue expansion through its prototype Johnny Rockets Express, a QSR for patrons dining on-the-go.
Through the new Creating Healthy Schools and Communities program, awardees of the funds will work directly with school districts and food retailers to improve access to nutritious foods.
The produce Conway Regional Medical Center’s cafeteria offers to visitors and staff is identified by a label that says “Arkansas Grown,” and also states where the farm is located.


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