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New smoothie concept adds another dimension to sustainability efforts at the University of Maryland and other colleges.   At A Glance: University of Maryland Dining Services Snapshot •36,...

Portability, or grab and go, is on the rise, with many customers choosing to take away nontraditional to-go items, like made-to-order dishes, according to FoodService Director's 2008 Portability Study.

Improving speed of service can increase revenue. Operators who are looking for extra revenue may need to look no further than improving their operations’ speed of service. The ability to move m...

This month, FSD moseys down to Austin, Texas, a place where weirdness is the norm, bats are not uncommon and food, be it Mexican or barbeque, is as authentic as it comes. In September, the Society fo...

School district, faced with rising food prices and tight nutrition standards, are beginning to call on commercial chefs to help them develop recipes and menus that will satisfy both their customers...

This month FSD hits Las Vegas, a city best known for the glitzy Strip, gambling and fine dining. But there is more to the city than what the average tourist sees. So we visited two operations to find ...

Keeping center-of-the-plate options fresh is a challenge all operators face. To guard against the same old food every day, it's often the center of the plate that needs spicing up. Her...

Buying high-quality proteins is a cornerstone of many operators purchasing plans. John DaLoia, director of culinary and corporate executive chef for Stampede Meat, Bridgeview, Ill., gives his th...

Protein is often the most expensive food purchase, and this fact hasn't changed with the rise in food prices. However, beef and pork are still relatively affordable and plating more of these pro...

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