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Students in five states can now have a Slurpee and a bag of Doritos brought to their dorm room.
Consumers' embrace of mobile ordering and third-party delivery for restaurant meals is spreading to the noncommercial sector.
Loyola Marymount University’s new food truck, the Hungry Lion, rolls out in a few weeks and will serve up a number of items, including Hawaiian pork, and avocado mac and cheese bowls.
University of Louisville students can order ahead with an app and use campus dining credits to pay for the food.
Although food trucks on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus provide students with affordably priced foods, they are concerned about the excess waste created.
Food trucks have been temporarily serving Honolulu Community College’s campus as school officials struggled to find a new provider.
Anderson High School plans to open the Nacho Average Food Truck this month, where students will have access to dishes such as tacos, chili-lime melon and zesty black beans.
Aramark’s announcement Monday of plans to add delivery at 25 colleges through the Tapingo smartphone app is the latest example of a college foodservice
JPS Health Network recently initiated a schedule of on-site food trucks for the night shift to enhance dining options. They run between midnight and 2 a.m.
The booming food truck scene of the last decade has operators considering how the trend could work at their college campus, school or company.
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