Podcast

Tune into FoodService Director’s two podcasts: Dig In and Menu Feed. While Dig In offers an in-depth look at several topics impacting noncommercial foodservice, Menu Feed focuses squarely on all things culinary and is produced in collaboration with FSD’s sister magazine Restaurant Business.

Listeners will hear from industry experts, Winsight editors and operators themselves on issues ranging from the future of delivery to flavor trends to food insecurity. Both podcasts will incorporate data and analysis powered by FSD’s research partner,Technomic.

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How Modern Market’s chef brings a farm-to-table ethos to the growing fast casual

Nate Weir’s obsession with sourcing, sustainability, clean-label ingredients and more provides an accessible gateway to healthier eating.

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How KFC's head chef taps his food science, nutrition and culinary expertise

One year into the job, Chris Scott is putting his stamp on KFC’s menu and the quick-service chicken space.

On the latest episode of “Dig In,” hear how the University of Richmond’s dining team helps students tend to their physical, emotional and nutritional needs.

On this episode of "Dig In," Todd Hollander of John Knox Village shares how a culture centered on teamwork has helped his operation weather the COVID storm.

Tracking trends for Nextbite, a virtual brand developer, Moskow provides insights into where foodservice is heading.

Owner-Partner Payal Sharma differentiates the restaurant’s menu, presentation, decor and other elements to give it a hip vibe, with an eye on expansion.

On the latest episode of “Dig In,” Child Nutrition Director Alicia Tracy shares how she and her team strive to make meal time “fun time.”

Cofounders and sisters Jennifer and Michele Kaminski dish up a serving of culture alongside Korean comfort food through their virtual concept.

Chef Peter Farrand created a “protein candy store,” giving diners more flavor variety and value.

On this episode of “Dig In,” Dining Services Director Dean Masuccio shares how his staff has fostered cross-campus relationships and closed training gaps.

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