Noncommercial expects specialty coffee to grow in the next two years. Here's a roundup of examples of how operators are differentiating coffee programs...
01-30-2014 Managing Your Business
Students at 2,700-student Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania are enjoying healthier foods on the go—even late night—thanks to a new campus food truck.
01-15-2014 Managing Your Business
Giving employees access to foodservice when your cafeteria is closed has long been a challenge for foodservice operators, particularly in hospitals, where there are employees working around the clock...
01-10-2014 Managing Your Business
This summer, farmers’ markets came to the campus of the College of Holy Cross, in Worcester, Mass.
01-08-2014 Managing Your Business
If you judge by the news—this magazine included—food trucks have become the hot accessory for college and university dining departments.
01-06-2014 Managing Your Business
In November, popular chain Denny’s opened its first concept on a military base. Denny’s Fresh Express at Nellis Air Force Base, in Las Vegas, is a fast-casual version of a...
12-04-2013 Managing Your Business
Sodexo’s Brand Management division is bringing celebrity chefs to its clients through a new promotional series called In My Kitchen.
11-18-2013 Managing Your Business
Imagine if you could add a new revenue stream with minimal investment and boost customer satisfaction. It’s not too good to be true—meal delivery programs are providing operators...
10-30-2013 Managing Your Business
Bon Appétit Management Co. has partnered with a group of local artisans to create a program that may have legs beyond the Marin County, Calif., area in which it currently operates. &...
10-25-2013 Managing Your Business
When the State Board of Regents approved the University of Georgia’s Athens location for a new Health Sciences campus, the food services department was faced with a challenge: how to create...
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