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The state of K-12 foodservice: Expanding student palates

School FSDs are finding inspiration in global cuisine, trendy foods and plant-forward dishes.


The state of K-12 foodservice: Uncertainty ahead

Though the Keep Kids Fed Act brings some relief, operators consider how best to navigate a world without pandemic waivers, including raising prices and encouraging families to fill out needed paperwork.

A crop failure in Mexico has created the latest supply crisis for chefs and hot sauce-seeking customers.

The distributor said it would reduce emissions by decreasing the number of miles driven and using new vehicle technology.

Landmark legislation enacted last week puts a tax on manufacturers, with an expectation that they will pass along the cost.

The funding aims to help school districts purchase American-grown products.

A study by consultancy AlixPartners suggests commitments aren’t aggressive enough to meet a reduction objective set by the Science Based Target initiative.

The Consumer Price Index for meals prepared outside the home topped the year-ago level by 7.4%, the highest jump in 41 years.

Under pressure from a shareholder, the distribution giant said it will start hunting for Satriano's replacement.

Au Bon Pain's “Sandwich Madness” challenged team members to create new menu items using existing SKUs.

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