New Mass. law to require large institutions to recycle food waste

New state law will require large institutions to recycle food waste.


South Carolina cafeterias to add more made-from-scratch lunch options

The tortellini taste test was part of Charleston County School District's effort to give school menus a healthy overhaul for the 2014-15 school year.

Mary Beth Sheehan, R.D., has been promoted to director of dining services at Seabrook, a continuing care retirement community, in Tinton Falls, N.J.

In late January, Kirk Rodriguez was named managing director of hospitality services at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock.

Last week, UMaine Dining began serving students, and guests, outside the Bear’s Den Café & Pub in a new, restaurant-style extension of the dining facility.

Concordia College has named Janet Paul director of dining services.

The six month, $1.1 million renovation starts on Monday and the last remodel was done in 1981. And the Capitol Grounds facilities director says the changes are needed.

One of the most pressing issues concerning childhood obesity deals specifically with the lunches and snacks that are served to students in schools.

One could call Toledo, Ohio-based ProMedica hospital system a good neighbor.

University dining halls may see a new food provider before the fall semester, though University officials have not yet released information about the details of the potential switch.

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