FoodService Director is working to track the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19 on the foodservice industry. See below for the latest updates, and to connect with other operators during this time, join the private Facebook group Coronavirus in the Food & Beverage Industry.


How the country’s top college dining programs are handling COVID-19 this fall

Here’s a look at the schools that made the Princeton Review’s new ranking of the best dining programs and what they’re doing to keep students safe as fall semester gets underway.


4 best practices for providing take-home meal boxes to students

Chartwells K12 CEO Belinda Oakley shares some tips the company learned after assembling millions of meal boxes for the Meals to You program this summer.

Here's how Morrison and its teams of chefs are adapting successfully during the pandemic and beyond.

Meals to You changed course to feed rural students across the country during COVID-19.

This change comes after the COVID-19 positivity rate at the university’s health center rose to 13.6%.

The latest projections from Technomic show a major sales dip for this year, “aggressive growth” in the next.

The foodservice operator has told at least 3,000 employees in airports around the U.S. that their layoffs could turn permanent in October.

As college campuses across the country bring back students for fall classes, here’s how they’re working to mitigate the risk.

The pandemic is accelerating demand for smaller bites.

The Houston County Bar Association donated funds to erase student meal debt at 19 area schools.

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