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6 marketing ideas for the month of May

May is packed with food-centric holidays like National Brisket Day and National Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Day, which means there’s plenty of opportunity to engage diners in the coming weeks.


Federal bill aims to keep kids fed during school disruptions

The School Meals During School Closures Act would enable waivers allowing free and reduced-price meals to be served during strikes, inclement weather and more.

Here’s what noncommercial operators can look forward to during the May event.

Students at Vernon Hill School have been growing produce and herbs to help feed those around them.

A federal court ruled that the prohibition violated federal energy regulations.

H.R. 2567 seeks to lower the threshold of low-income students required for schools and districts to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision, which allows them to serve meals to all students for free.

The dining program seeks to offer students a true “flavor of Pittsburgh” through five concepts that have been on campus for more than 20 years and others that are brand new.

A cooking class requested by students has become one of the most popular extracurricular activities offered at Edison Elementary School.

With their sales windows shortened by 31 minutes, MLB stadium feeders are tweaking operations and embracing technology to boost throughput.

Loyola University welcomed Dillard students and employees to its dining halls when their campus went dark for several days.

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