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K-12 operators have a fight on their hands: hiring, training and retaining the best teams possible. For an update on these issues, here is the 2017 K-12 Census.
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While the multiple-choice questions on FoodService Director’s annual census surveys are a great way of gathering data on trends, Managing Editor Dana Moran has always been rather partial to the open-...
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At Methodist University Hospital, a chef came up with a creative solution to make sure walk-in coolers always have a clean vent.
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With all the hype around probiotics, the Cancer Treatment Centers of America created a daily dish that incorporates probiotics in addition to prebiotics.
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For the last three years, School District of Holmen has hosted an event called Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner, in cooperation with the Future Farmers of America.
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Sanford USD Medical Center is no longer short staffed, ever. On a given day, missing two team members from a team of 50 would leave them 96% staffed.
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To make safe food as accessible as possible for guests with allergies, Carnegie Mellon University is creating an allergy-friendly kitchen.
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A number of students in Springfield Public Schools' district study remotely due to circumstances such as chronic illness, so they hired a driver to deliver meals...
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Where possible, Georgetown Public Schools makes grab-and-go items reimbursable. If they are serving a fruit and milk smoothie, they let students take a granola bar.
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Peekskill City School District is trying to bring scratch cooking to all its elementary schools, but they're taking it dish by dish...

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