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Cow’s milk is the most common food allergy among babies and young children—2.5 percent of the population experience an adverse reaction, says the CDC.
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The booming food truck scene of the last decade has operators considering how the trend could work at their college campus, school or company.
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Beyond the basic rules of operating a truck safely, laws for mobile eateries vary, so check all local ordinances before proceeding with a food truck.
While some New York City restaurants railed against a ban on polystyrene packaging, which was recently overturned, Columbia University was years ahead of the game.
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Operators who have taken the renovation plunge find that planning, communication and some improvisation are critical to keeping operations humming.
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The number of children with a food allergy rose 18 percent from 1997 to 2007, however, just 38 percent of K-12 operators had allergy training in the past year.
With an integral role in the nutritional lives of students, employees, patients and seniors, FSDs are called upon to support, nurture and shape communities.
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From crafting fun packaging to involving students in taste tests, K-12 operators share their best practices for reducing cost and food waste.
For operators taking cues from diners clamoring for healthier options, Beefsteak has proven that a veggie-forward approach can be a success.
mushroom stem assortment
The University of Montana started playing with fermenting things that people used to throw out—the stems of mushrooms, the gills of portabella mushrooms.

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