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

Good to Go, a fast-casual incubator supported by the James Beard Foundation, hosts its first concept

Chef Jared Howard won the opportunity to test launch HoneyBunny Chicken and Biscuits for six months inside NYC’s Market 57 food hall.


K-12 catering program brings sweet treats to community

Monett R-1 School District has catered everything from baby showers to weddings.

Northeastern University and the University of Illinois in Chicago are first to offer the global cuisines platform.

The California Wheat Commission’s Wheat2School project is working to make local whole-grain menu items more accessible to nutrition programs across the state.

Around 3,000 more school districts will be able to offer free meals to students under the Community Eligibility Provision.

The foodservice provider selected ThriveMap, 1Huddle and Memory Lane Games to participate.

A new bill would direct the USDA to pay off all existing meal debt owed to schools.

From National Chocolate Cupcake Day to National Apple Day, consider these chances to engage diners in the coming weeks.

Even if your catering proposals have a low conversion rate, it’s a good idea to put a time limit on them and keep track of which proposals went out for each event date, Advice Guy says.

Lawmakers have introduced a bill that would make free school meals a lasting fixture in the state.

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