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pigs farm
Our dishwasher raises pigs, so the majority of the food waste goes to feeding them. A lot of residents worry about wasting food, so we reassure them.
tattoo chef
Behind the swinging doors of noncommercial kitchens, tattoos don’t draw much contention, which is why at least one operator sees body art as a secret weapon.
The state is ending its prison foodservice contract halfway through the planned term. A myriad of alleged issues, from meal shortages to drug smuggling, prompted the termination.
Georgia’s electric cooperatives are partnering with local farms to provide produce in their employee cafeterias, allowing support for the “Georgia Grown” initiative.
salad dressing shooters
During the 2015 MenuDirections Awards Dinner, our salad course was served with individual salad-dressing “shooters” [instead of one vessel for the table].
dave gorberg
Fostering a food connection and salesmanship remains a driving influence in David Gorberg's role as general manager for Unidine at Tufts Health Plan...
Students want to get their information more quickly, so Dawn Aubrey is experimenting with using infographics for both residents and student staff.
When an organization hires a transgender worker, how should the employer accomodate them? HR undercover says the guiding principle is self-determination.
chick egg
When Boston University students lobbied the school to serve only cage-free eggs on campus, the university agreed to change its buying practices.
beekeeper bee tray
Campus beekeepers at Boise State University and other colleges work to maintain foodservice supply amid concerns of honey bee colony collapse disorder.

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