A collection of menu planning ideas for foodservice operators.


3 speed-scratch techniques that satisfy students

Speed-scratch ingredients are instrumental in developing K-12 menus that kids will love. Here are a few ways how.


Lunchtime pairings kids want

By pairing familiar sandwich fillings with new formats, operators can keep kids interested in the menu. Get inspiration from these four ideas.

Here are a few trends that foodservice operators can follow for inspiration when planning a snack strategy.

It’s the busy season for catered events, and operators in all segments are competing to get a piece of the holiday party action. These five on-trend recipes get high marks for presentation and ease of execution.

Through soup, a popular healthcare foodservice facility meal, operators can use signature and familiar flavors to attract consumers without breaking the bank.

Compass Group is partnering with Andres and others for new food options at the university’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

The company's Mood Boost program reworks the concept of functional foods for young eaters.

Cold weather calls for hot sandwiches. Tempt customers with this toasty collection featuring melted cheese, barbecued meats, spicy shrimp and savory vegetables.

Hear about the trends impacting this growing segment, including snacking, bar food and changing dietary preferences.

To engage clientele, foodservice operators at business and industry facilities should offer classic and specialty coffees as well as pairing trending flavors using syrups and add-ins.

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