Family sued after student burned by hot soup.
Chef is enhancing quality and presentation of patient trays to improve patient satisfaction.
Toronto mental health hospital's dining program staffed entirely by ex-patients.
Barnes & Thornburg LLP replaces Marshall Matz's firm after more than 30 years.
Steve Selcer, a restaurant industry veteran, is a former Los Angeles CFO of the Year.
Junior Minister for Food Industry comes to town for Fancy Food Show, but NYC SchoolFood blows him away.
Legislature passes bill to add $500,000 to existing program.
West Union renovation causes stir among students bemoaning loss of dining options
On-site garden at California hospital provides produce for patient and retail meals.
Dining services' Weigh the Waste program teaches students importance of waste reduction.
New dining director promises changes.
Foodservice directors say the state's rules put them in good place to meet USDA's new requirements.
Proposed snack rule stays mostly the same, with some minor tweaks in yogurt and sodium.
Weekend traffic did not warrant service.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and United Dairy Industry of Michigan partner to provide grant.
Campus arboretum installing nets to catch mesquite seed pods.
CPS officials say there is currently insufficient evidence to stop process.
Inspector general asked to investigate possible bidding process violations.
Schools says the extra fruit and vegetable servings are being thrown away.
Expanded cafeteria options helped close budget gap a little.