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Foodservice Operation of the Month

These innovative eateries are ones to watch.

Foodservice Operation of the Month

Enriching lives with a culture of kindness

With new leadership comes a new way of working at Gundersen Health System. 

Foodservice Operation of the Month

The hippest bistro on the block

A senior living operation’s locally sourced takeout jumpstarts sales. About Thyme came about after staffers realized residents enjoyed the option to take a meal to-go.

Rutgers takes out the trash with an upgraded takeout program. Rutgers Dining tested the new takeout menu for five weeks in a single dining hall earlier this year, tossing the deep-fried chicken wings and french fries in favor of baked dry-rubbed wings.

No matter their roots, Morningstar Senior Living wants its residents to feel at home. Twice monthly, they invite families of residents to join a family-style meal.

San Diego’s Palomar Health sets its sights on a lofty sustainability goal. Diet was the part of peoples’ lives that Palomar’s foodservice was poised to change.

Innovation and a flavor-forward approach to meals has led Cornell University to become a pioneer in college dining.

At Greenville County Schools, lunchtime is an excuse for major flavor exploration.

In the past five years, Stanford Health Care has transformed its foodservice program to match its level of patient care.

Fairfax County Public Schools has turned its nutrition program around by first challenging stereotypes. 

University of Colorado at Boulder is using tech to transform its dining program from the ground up. 

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