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Operators are adding specialized roles for workers who aren't spending time in a white apron, but focusing on improving the operation in surprising ways...
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When it comes to menu boards, going high-tech isn’t always the right choice. Whether it’s digital screens or chalkboards, the decision goes beyond what's cool...
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A renovation often is an opportunity to re-energize a cafeteria space, but along with fresh designs and new equipment comes hindsight that can be applied.
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During the Food Recovery Summit in November, the Environmental Protection Agency named the 2015 National Award Winners of its Food Recovery Challenge.
50 great ideas
Not only are these ideas imaginative and inspiring, they work hard to improve business and drive trends. They are easy to steal for noncommercial as well.
induction cooktop
While induction cooking’s safety, speed and efficiency appeals in modern kitchens, the technology itself isn’t new. Induction only started in the mid-1990s.
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Operators in states where earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding and tornadoes are commonplace are keeping natural disasters in mind when designing or renovating.
If you’ve been to MenuDirections, you’ll notice a number of changes at the event, taking place Feb. 28–March 1 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront.
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Meg Clark, foodservice administrator for Boeing, has increased purchases of healthy items by 9 percent under Boeing's Well Being Initiative...
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Lunchtime atmosphere is shifting from tray lines toward family-style dining at 10 K-12 schools in the Philadelphia area, thanks to the Eatiquette program.

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