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How foodservice operators are keeping up with the demand for transparency

For operators, the next steps in transparency are local sourcing, cooking from scratch, working closely with suppliers and developing their own products.

Operations

Questionable food safety confessions

Deputy Editor Dana Moran grew up in a household of questionable food safety. Here are some transgressions/worst practices that she still commits today.

With more retailers and operators moving toward serving “ugly” produce, it’s clear that visual appeal isn’t everything when it comes to food nowadays.

A Facebook page is serving as a forum for Duke students to voice complaints about how food options are being labeled.

The germ wasn't killed by temperatures as high as 160 degrees.

Read highlights from the NRA Show's first Noncommercial Conference, held Monday, May 23, at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Officials say it’s the first of its kind on a college campus.

The Fresh and Simple Tastes—or FAST—line will make its debut this fall, providing a safe dining option for students with allergies, officials say.

Local sourcing resonates with customers. Here’s how to capitalize on the momentum of the movement while maintaining your operation's food safety.

Officials say Plains to Plate is the first retail concept on a college campus to achieve Gluten-Free Food Service certification.

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