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Longtime Foodservice Packaging Institute leader Lynn Dyer to step down this fall

Dyer is leaving the association of packaging manufacturers to become vice president of sustainability for one of its members.

Workforce

4 ideas to get staff engaged

Attendees of the Association for Healthcare Foodservice’s annual conference met to discuss labor challenges and solutions.

See how the university's cerebral approach to dining plays out on the plate.

The app-based service offers a rotating menu.

As a new school year approaches, FSDs in K-12 and higher ed share how they’re getting creative to combat the tight labor market.

The Raise the Wage Act, approved in the Democratic-controlled House on party lines, now moves to the Republican-controlled Senate.

See what college operators and others are doing to get employees engaged.

As catering and delivery programs grow, so does the need for food that travels well. Here’s how restaurants are adapting.

Speakers and attendees shared their ideas to tackle common problems in the K-12 segment during the School Nutrition Association’s national conference.

A federal grant of $4.5 million will be used by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to prepare current and former prison inmates for restaurant jobs.

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