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Late night. Students. Lines. Cups of water. When combined, these created some issues at Bowling Green State University, in Ohio.
12-11-2013 Managing Your Business
A number of colleges are adjusting service hours to accommodate student demand while at the same time trimming some costs. Sometimes, however, that reduction in hours is met with student...
11-13-2013 Managing Your Business
Starting January 1, N.C. colleges will be required to charge sales tax on all food, including student meal plans.
10-25-2013 Managing Your Business
This month, Grand River Hospital, in Kitchener, Ontario, shuts down its cafeteria, which will be replaced by a Subway and a larger Tim Hortons and celeb chefs highlight USC culinary...
09-11-2013 Managing Your Business
The foodservice department at KIPP San Antonio schools has a new meals provider this year: the San Antonio Food Bank.
08-20-2013 Managing Your Business
The following scene is played out daily in school districts all across the country: A child selects a lunch and takes it to the cashier station. The cashier calls up the student’s meal...
07-29-2013 Managing Your Business
Whether an operation feeds thousands of people a day or 500 a week, theft will be a problem the foodservice director faces sooner or later. Foodservice directors are often placed in the difficult...
07-08-2013 Managing Your Business
06-16-2013 Managing Your Business
Many college and university foodservice departments are looking to food trucks as a new source of retail revenue. At Princeton University in New Jersey, however, the food truck that will debut this...
For the past 40 years, FSP (Food Service Professionals), a division of the Archdiocese of Chicago, has been providing the meals that are served to 34 high schools and 300 elementary schools in the...
Chiles are a “hot” trend for 2014. Food lovers everywhere have a “growing obsession,” with both “sizzling heat” and the “surprisingly full-bodied fruity notes” of chiles.
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State lawmakers have passed a new food safety law that they wish they hadn't.
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Wishard Hospital, which graced Indianapolis for 150 years, is no more. In its place is a sleek 350-bed medical center.
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