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12-09-2014 Industry News & Opinion
The 2014 midterm elections have come and gone, and in at least three states voters have weighed in with their thoughts on genetically modified foodstuffs.
There is a revolution going on at Microsoft Corp.’s headquarters in Redmond, Wash., one that has nothing to do with software, operating systems, or high-tech toys.
11-10-2014 Industry News & Opinion
One day in May many years ago, I was one of a group of panelists talking about trends in non-commercial foodservice at the Foodservice Consultants Society International’s annual meeting in Chicago...
10-16-2014 Industry News & Opinion
When foodservice operators talk about “growing their own,” they’re usually referring to setting up a permaculture garden on campus or growing herbs on a hospital rooftop.
09-25-2014 Industry News & Opinion
The October issue of FoodService Director will contain an Analysis piece I wrote entitled “The Great GMO Debate.” The article examines the concept of genetic engineering in agriculture and why some...
09-11-2014 Industry News & Opinion
Food vendors doing business with Overlake Hospital Medical Center (OHMC), in Seattle, know without ambiguity what products the hospital’s hospitality dining services department does and does not want.
When it comes to barbecue, foodservice directors are balancing authenticity with innovation in their side dishes.
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The study, which was conducted at two Title I elementary schools in Virginia, showed that the overhaul of the National School Lunch Program is working and that school children are actually eating the healthier school lunches.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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