Summer meal participation dropped slightly in 2021, report reveals

Almost 5.6 million children took part in summer nutrition programs on an average weekday in July 2021, according to the Food Research and Action Center.


Supply chain challenges, lower participation were fixtures among school meal programs in the fall

A new study by the National Center for Education Statistics analyzes data collected from public schools in October.

Around half of respondents reported that unpaid meal debt is a challenge this school year, with many saying it's accumulating faster than in the past.

See how operators responded to our recent survey about the healthcare segment.

The study supports the “feast or famine” cycle hypothesis.

Sustainable, equitable foodservice was the topic at hand at the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative’s annual meeting.

College operators stay on top of the latest trends while contending with rising costs and supply chain challenges.

See how operators responded to our recent survey about the college and university segment.

See what today's diners want and what’s trending on the sandwich menu.

As ideas of what counts as a snack shift, diners may be looking for different kinds of items when hunger or boredom strikes.

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