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For operators, the next steps in transparency are local sourcing, cooking from scratch, working closely with suppliers and developing their own products.
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Because noncommercial foodservice has a more captive audience than grocery stores and restaurants, and its budget usually is just one piece of a large pie.
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It's easy for tensions between foodservice and human resources to mount. But they could be a big ally. Here are three tips for getting HR on your side...
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Regulating employees’ smartphone use might make operators feel like an overbearing parent, but it’s becoming a necessary evil of the workplace.
chicken tenders
By limiting the supply of certain dishes, like Yale University did when it slashed chicken tenders, operators have created a demand—and also hype.
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Despite the large amount of produce used at the entirely vegan Muse School in Calabasas, Calif., the great majority is consumed, and there is little spoilage.
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With more retailers and operators moving toward serving “ugly” produce, it’s clear that visual appeal isn’t everything when it comes to food nowadays.
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To keep up with the growing demand for healthy, customizable options, operators are kicking their old salad bars to the curb and engineering new offerings.
pret a manger salad
Offering ready-made composed salads can cut down on waste, save labor, speed the line and increase fresh grab-and-go items. It can also control costs.

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