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Students can sample specialties and chat with Jamie Kennedy.
Gary Goldberg brings more than 20 years of experience to his new role and will oversee 40 foodservice units on the Seattle campus.
The lawsuit alleges that Baldwin-Whitehall School District wrongfully terminated the former manager for throwing away food.
Katy Independent School District’s decision will impact its nonteaching staff, including foodservice workers, bus attendants and custodians.
One truck serves ice cream, while the other offers a variety of tacos influenced by world cuisines.
Fort Lewis College students and Sodexo executives gathered for their first focus group, during which RAs voiced specific concerns regarding the food their job requires them to eat.
Jennifer Gerard earned a state award for her Bay2Tray program.
Barnesville Exempted Village School District received more than $1,000 to help students who can’t afford to buy school lunch.
With World Food Day behind us (Oct. 16) and National Food Day a few days away (Oct. 24), events are being held worldwide to promote sustainable food and improved food policies. Here are what several...
Temple University’s goal to have its own food truck area could happen as early as this year, although some detail—like the cost to vend on campus—are still up in the air.


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