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Operations

5 silver linings from this week: May 22 edition

After weeks of ensuring local residents stay fed, noncommercial operators are now receiving tokens of appreciation from those around them.

Operations

10 stats that reflect the state of foodservice amid COVID-19

As signs of recovery start to emerge, so does a clearer picture of the virus’ toll on the foodservice business.

Dr. Katie Wilson of the Urban School Food Alliance shares how the nonprofit is working to help its districts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As foodservice operations struggle, distributors confront challenges of their own.

Over two-thirds of respondents anticipate a loss for their programs this school year.

COVID-19 has forced operators to focus on meals to go.

As foodservice operations go contact-free to reduce the spread of coronavirus, here’s a look at two cashierless concepts that were seeing success before the pandemic hit.

Operators continue to make sure those in their communities stay happy and fed during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The noncongregate feeding waiver, meal times waiver and parent pickup waiver have all been extended to the end of August.

If passed, the Heroes Act would provide $3 billion in emergency funding.

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