Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
By the fall, Tyger River Correctional Institution’s new horticulturist, Robert Hill, expects to have kale, turnips, green cabbage and collard greens.
Wheaton College’s Chase Dining Hall reopens this fall, featuring made-to-order food options and an allergen station.
An outpost of the fast-casual restaurant known for its Asian-inspired cuisine opened its doors this week at Arizona State University.
Holmes will oversee the company’s Food For Life dining program, which promotes senior-living community residents' overall well-being...
After a Philadelphia councilwoman introduced a bill to cut competition with on-campus dining by enforcing restrictions on local food trucks, university students launched a petition aimed at getting...
The violation stems from a $5,000 donation Central Dauphin School District received from its new foodservice provider, The Nutrition Group, for a district-sponsored summer writing program.
Essex County College’s food pantry is expected to be ready to distribute non-perishable food to students during the fall semester.
The curated collection of menu items will launch this fall, featuring city restaurants such as Big Star, Publican Quality Meats, Frontier and more.
The vendor was chosen to feed the 1 million-plus people expected to gather for the Pope’s visit during the 2015 World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
The newly seated members will serve a two-year term starting this month.


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