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.

Operations

Building trust one meal at a time

On the latest episode of “Dig In,” University of Georgia’s Bryan Varin shares his team’s philosophy on dining and how they keep things innovative to keep students coming back.

Menu

How to innovate the menu by amplifying this year's trends in 2022

Graham Humphreys and Nikki Friehofer of The Culinary Edge dish on what operators can expect in the months ahead and how to take action.

The senior beverage manager has crafted a drinks program that provides all guests with a festive experience.

On this episode of “Dig In,” hear how one healthcare operation has been working to boost morale and build a reputation centered on caring for employees.

Director of Menu Research and Insights Lizzy Freier reveals how the firm pinpoints the most relevant trends and why operators should pay attention to its forecast.

Anchal Lamba opened her first Gong cha location in 2014 and now operates 69 stores in the U.S.

On this episode of “Dig In,” hear how the dining team at Seattle Public Schools has found ways to educate kids about diversity through food.

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

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.

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