Industry News & Opinion

Without A (Hair)netView All
By Becky Schilling, Editor

Four million dollars. That’s the estimated figure of the amount of food that’s being thrown away in schools each day, according to a study by Cornell and Brigham Young universities.

Stories from the RoadView All
By Paul King, Editorial Director

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...

 
Regulation & LegislationView All

Legislation that would usher in an era of mandatory food waste recycling won final approval in the General Assembly on Thursday.

May 02–In a state ranked highest in the nation for childhood hunger and food insecurity, some fear New Mexico’s low-income children may be at risk of losing federally funded free school breakfasts...

April 22–LAS CRUCES — The typed letter had a brief, handwritten note in the margin: “If account reaches $25.00, your child won’t be allowed to eat. Please send payment.” The parent of a Picacho...

April 22–A parent and registered dietitian prompted Butte school trustees on Monday to form a committee to study how to meet new government-approved nutrition guidelines. Julia Coyne, who has a...