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Jefferson Healthcare’s foodservice is preparing meals at Port Townsend School District’s kitchen facilities while the hospital undergoes the first phase of a $20 million renovation.
A proposal aired this week in sketchy detail by President Obama would extend eligibility to managers paid less than $50,440.
The 18-month struggle to create a super-distributor is over, to the tune of $312.5 million in break-up fees.
Chef Austin Gran plans to bring full flavors and healthy food to the Ukiah Valley Medical Center.
A California healthcare workers union member allegedly found maggots in a patient’s mouth, as well as in the cafeteria at Riverside County Hospital.
The bipartisan Apprenticeship and Jobs Training Act of 2015 would create a $5,000 tax credit for employers using apprenticeships to train workers in high-demand industries, such as food and beverage.
Six percent of children and 3 percent of adults now suffer from food allergies, with the main culprits being gluten, milk, eggs, fish, nuts and soy.
An FSD hired a registered dietician to make sure her frontline staff knew enough about what they were serving to answer customers’ questions with confidence.
Little, co-founder of Cini-Little International, Inc. recently passed away after a battle with Leukemia.
The three-day dive into ways of fostering health and sustainability yielded what one speaker termed a “bowl of noodles” of foodservice ideas and issues.

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