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Food truck 'villages' debut on Cal Poly’s campus

Students can order meals and dine al fresco while a nearby eatery is being renovated.


School nutrition team celebrates various cultures with monthly heritage day

A Wisconsin school district has begun serving meals based on different cultural backgrounds.

The waiver prevents school nutrition programs from being penalized if they do not follow certain meal pattern requirements.

New technologies can help save labor for operators seeking to keep service quality high and costs low despite current challenges to the market. Here’s how.

The flagship event will be held at Louisiana State University, where celebrity chef Jet Tila will host a jambalaya cooking contest.

Dining teams set up meal service, generators and more at facilities throughout the region and they continue to aid cleanup efforts.

The eatery showcases its building’s history alongside more modern touches such as self-checkout tech.

Finger foods will be served on select days of the week to cut back on flatware use.

Meals left over from the event were donated to a local organization.

While keeping up with technology has always been an important area of focus for many noncommercial operators, it’s clear that digital ordering, payment, menus and rewards programs are going to remain critical parts of the foodservice landscape moving forward.

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