06-24-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
The bipartisan Apprenticeship and Jobs Training Act of 2015 would create a $5,000 tax credit for employers using apprenticeships to train workers in high-demand industries, such as food and beverage.
06-24-2015 | Source: Reading Eagle
Daniel Boone School District laid off 30 cafeteria workers, opting to go with foodservice provider Nutrition Group, which says it will hire most of the workers back.
06-24-2015 | Source: The Advocate
The nutrition center at Louisiana State University’s football-operations facility will feature a dining room, kitchen, lounge area and “fueling station” that will be open during extended hours.
06-24-2015 | Source: M Live
The University of Michigan recently cut ties with Opus One Catering, which had provided food for the university’s North Campus Research Complex cafeteria, catered lunches and other catering-specific...
06-24-2015 | By Peter Romeo, Director of Digital Content
No sooner did the judge hand down his decision than Sysco alerted the industry and investors that it would devote a few days to exploring its options.
Sysco acknowledges that it may end its attempt at a merger, but says it will study the matter for several days.
06-23-2015 | Source: The Frederick News-Post
Directors of a Frederick, Maryland, summer camp want to help children with severe allergies to have some fun with food for a change.
06-23-2015 | Source: SBS
Six percent of children and 3 percent of adults now suffer from food allergies, with the main culprits being gluten, milk, eggs, fish, nuts and soy.
06-23-2015 | Source: newsminer.com
A school district in Fairbanks, Alaska, is dealing with a $192,000 loss in revenue stemming from healthy snacks regulations on top of a proposed $100,000 budget cut.
06-22-2015 | Source: Mid Day Daily
The 10-year ban deep-fried foods is being scuttled because eating should be a matter of the child’s choice, says Texas Agricultural Commissioner Sid Miller.
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Officials say Benjamin E. Mays High is the only school in its district with a greenhouse that uses hydroponics and aquaponics to grow vegetables and herbs year-round.
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Foodservice directors use summer “break” to plan menus, secure funding and do work on their facilities—but there isn’t always work for their staff.
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