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Not so long ago, finding non-dairy milk in a supermarket dairy case was a challenge. But these days, that aisle is bursting with plant-based beverage choices.
All-day breakfast programs are helping operators drive incremental traffic between traditional dayparts.
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The word “snacking” may have connotations of high calories and unhealthy choices, but that’s hardly what’s happening on college campuses today.
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There are several actions food service operators and their employees can take to minimize hazards in kitchens and dining rooms.

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Apart from soft drinks and plain tea or coffee, operators can experiment with more distinctive beverage options to spur snacking sales.
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In their own quiet way, K-12 school districts are making progress in switching to clean label foods.
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When food trucks burst on the scene about a decade ago, exemplified by the Kogi Korean BBQ taco truck in Los Angeles, the food world learned how a new generation wanted to eat.
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Less ingredients, less processed, less on the plate and less additives are all ideas that have come to define the future of foodservice—particularly at the K-12 level.
Operators can use the premium positioning of wild ingredients to command a higher price point on menus.