University has hired a consultant to explore contract possibility.
Facilities with annual purchases of $1 million or more are more likely to offer gluten-free options than those with lower annual purchases.
Profile examines sex, age, racial/ethnic and staff position makeups for college market.
Contract company said it would not work with Real Food Challenge.
New Jersey Public Interest Research Group wants plastic bags eliminated at Rutgers.
Colleges have “perfect storm” for trucks: space, capital and a customer base eager for fast food.
Getting funding is a challenge, but college operators are leading the way in most construction projects.
Peter Testory comes to CSU from the University of Illinois.
Every dining room features gluten-free bar.
Renovation will be complete for fall semester.
Department will award grants up to $6,000.
Student Senate approaches Dining Services with proposal for locally owned trucks.
Dining Services setting new standards for raising, handling of animal products
Foodservice operators continue to explore with ingredients from across the globe, fusing textures, flavors and spices to create unique menu items.
FSD heads to Columbia to check out a variety of retail concepts and a renovation.
University of Houston, Aramark turn to popular local option during renovation of 45-year-old University Center.