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

Build Back Better Act would expand free student meal access and more

The bill would put almost $35 billion toward reducing childhood hunger.


High school uses QR codes in cafeteria as COVID safety measure

The codes allow the school to perform contract tracing faster.

Elementary students who bring a meal from home can choose to add extra food items to supplement their meals.

With a reduced workforce in office buildings, restaurants are stepping in as an alternative to the employee cafeteria.

At Raymond Dining Hall’s "UCook" station, students are given ingredients to prepare their own meals.

Celebrity Chef Tila prepared dishes such as lo mein with oyster sauce for senior-living residents at Eskaton Village Carmichael.

Employees must be vaccinated by the end of October.

The lockers will provide contactless service for students, faculty and staff.

Restaurant concepts are breaking out of the brick-and-mortar mold, seizing growth opportunities at nontraditional units on campuses and at stadiums, c-stores and more.

The Our Cafeteria Project has students brainstorm and then execute ideas that improve the cafeteria environment.

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