The top 10 U.S. cities to sell coffee

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C&U Census 2018: What college and university operators are tackling now

Always trend-setting, innovating and testing the limits of their menus, college and university foodservice operators continue to grapple with changing tastes, demographics and expectations. Here's how they're doing it.

Here are some ways that noncommercial operators can take a cue from restaurants by incorporating consumer insights to benefit their business.

These inspiring tidbits and trends started off 2018.

Tastes shift from the traditional in FSD’s 2017 LTC/Senior Living Census. Read on to see how things have changed from 2016—and how operators are responding to new demands across the board.

We surveyed operators from across the U.S. about current menu trends and future best-sellers. Here’s a snapshot of B&I, C&U, K-12, hospital and LTC/senior-living operators.

FoodService Director’s 2015 College and University Census polled 167 operators nationwide on their biggest trends. Here are the facts about our respondents.

Students in Duval County will start off the next school year with a brand new menu for breakfast and lunch.

There were 238 respondents in our 2014 LTC/Senior Living Census Report. Each respondent operates foodservice in at least one of the following arenas: nursing home/skilled nursing/long-term care; assisted living; independent living or rehabilitation/psychiatric.

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