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States team up to thwart new overtime rules

A lawsuit was filed yesterday by 21 attorneys general to block adoption on Dec. 1.

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‘Lunch shaming’ incident goes viral

Social media word has spread of a cafeteria worker who says she quit over the school district’s unpaid-balance policy.

Half of the 30-cent increase was enacted to cover the district’s budget.

Meals will be prepped using the same menu offered to students.

A fee was levied to avoid making lunches more expensive across the board.

Purchasing more local, sustainable products is a priority for operators nationwide—but it’s not always feasible. That's where purchasing collectives come in.

Ultra-rapid growth can throw dining into chaos, raising questions about how to speed up service while maintaining quality, where and how to source ingredients.

The increase is the school district’s first in six years.

The starting pay rate will increase by $2 an hour.

These five restaurants have made robots a part of their staff. 

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