How college operators are keeping students’ dining dollars on campus

Innovative marketing and fresh initiatives are helping FSDs continue to grow their business.


3 ways foodservice directors can promote financial wellness for staff

Some HR experts think programs centered around financial well-being are the next step in workplace wellness.

The university’s student workers will make $11 an hour beginning Jan. 1.

Lunch shaming has become a hot topic among K-12 operators. Here, two districts discuss how their program has handled the dreaded discussion of unpaid meal balances.

Officials hope the move will help curb the $2 million deficit in its nutrition budget.

Under a new policy, students with lunch debt will no longer be served lesser meals.

Stories of students who can’t pay for lunch being given a subpar meal or shamed for their debt have proliferated in recent years, and it’s not an uncommon problem.

The additional funds are being introduced a year after the school switched to an “open” dining plan.

If signed into law, a recently passed bill would require that New Mexico students receive school lunch even if they have unpaid meal debt.

Noncommercial operators deal with the aftermath of a wage law in purgatory.

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