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What's different with this round of dine-in bans?

The foodservice industry is well into a second wave of indoor-dining shutdowns. Here are five ways how this sweep might be different from the experience in March and April.


Michigan orders in-person learning at high schools, colleges to cease

The state will pause these activities and others for three weeks in an effort to combat its increase in COVID-19 cases.

School nutrition professionals are prepping their meal sites for the cold as they face their first winter with COVID-19.

Attendees will get to bake banana walnut bread with the community's executive chef.

The foodservice provider for the Pasadena Convention Center will prepare 250 turkeys to support Union Station Homeless Services.

The Ringling Grillroom serves up menu items such as ahi tuna poke and jumbo lump crab cake with arugula, grapefruit and pickled red onion.

The advisories came as California suspended dine-in service in highly populated San Diego County.

Maria Eunice, director of food and nutrition services at Alachua County Public Schools in Gainesville, Fla., received the top honor.

Each family that signs up will receive turkey, potatoes, frozen vegetables, a package of rolls and a pie.

Vets will be able to pick up a free fried chicken dinner this week.

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