The latest foodservice management practices, food-safety news and more.

USDA issues nationwide waiver for CACFP at-risk program

Schools and after-school care centers with state agency approval will now be able to serve at-risk meals and snacks regardless of location.


4 ways healthcare operators are doubling down on employee inclusion and engagement

Here are some strategies healthcare leaders are adopting to make sure staff members feel appreciated and accepted during this stressful year.

Amid the pandemic, dining out remains a significant safety concern for many consumers.

Restaurants with the highest closure rates include those specializing in breakfast and brunch, burgers and sandwiches, desserts and Mexican food, the review platform found.

Jumps in coronavirus cases have led a number of schools to change their policies in dining and elsewhere.

Nearby districts and other community members have stepped in to help distribute meals.

Diners can call ahead to place their orders and then drive by the hospital to pick them up.

After pivoting to outdoor dining amid the COVID-19 pandemic, dangerous air is forcing many eateries in the western U.S. to abandon their patios.

Any child under 18 can now receive free breakfast and lunch for Saturday.

With fewer workers and greater safety guidelines, one foodservice provider is revamping its office building locations.

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