Creating kid-approved cuisine

Members of the Schwan’s Chef Collective worked with foodservice staff and students at West Ashley High School to come up with new lunch choices.


5 tips for launching family-style dining in the classroom

See how Houston Independent School District implemented family-style dining to teach its youngest students proper nutrition, table manners and more.

The space saw sales increase 23% year over year.

Here’s an inside look at FoodService Director’s third annual Culinary Council Chefs' Summit, during which attendees enjoyed farm-to-table dinners, ideation sessions and local business tours.

FoodService Director’s third annual Culinary Council Chefs’ Summit provided chefs with several ideas to take back to their operations.

The meals are a part of her education plan, which would be funded through her proposed wealth tax.

Families who are no longer eligible for SNAP would have to apply separately to continue to receive free or reduced-price meals.

The district has made strides when it comes to hospitality and starting students’ days off right.

A dozen well-known chefs agreed to create and menu a dish with a food cost of $1.25, just as their K-12 counterparts do. Here’s why.

Items such as bologna, salami, pepperoni and bacon will no longer be available in school cafeterias.

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