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Fran Schuelke, executive chef for Corporate Image Dining Services at First Stamford Café, in Connecticut, says many of

When it comes to training staff, the majority of operators keep it in house. Eighty-seven percent provide training in their operations. Colleges were significantly more likely to send staff to...

Jay Silverstein can't resist peanut M&Ms, doesn't get the Atkin's Diet and wants to be a ventriloquist.

After 31 years in the foodservice industry, Jay Silverstein, vice president of conference and dining services at Credit Suisse in New York, sees his greatest role as a cheerleader. Silverstein’s ability to cheer and lead his staff has led to a varie

Twenty-two percent of operators make the majority of the gluten-free items they serve in house, according to The Big Picture research. For that 22%, soups were the most common gluten-free menu option...

Damian Monticello, corporate hospitality services manager for Florida Blue, in Jacksonville, has attended every MenuDirections save one. Here he shares his favorite conference memories, among other tidbits.

We host monthly tours of our café locations with our registered dietitians. Groups of our employees are led around and taught about how to navigate the café to make the...

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