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

Square Roots program turns food scraps into sellable meals

Conceived by college students as part of a worldwide competition, the new initiative uses enterprise to tackle food insecurity.


CDC warns foodservice facilities to stop serving romaine lettuce

The food-safety watchdog issued the warning after 32 people were sickened in 11 states from a suspected E. coli contamination.

The school expects to lose only around $40 a day in subsidies because fewer than 12 students receive free or reduced-priced lunches.

The tech giant’s new Mountain View location can provide free meals to employees, but must source at least half of its meals from local restaurants and shops.

Noncommercial operators across California are opening up their doors to house and feed those impacted by the blaze.

Members of the local fire department and sheriff's department along with school resource officers served students a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

As diners across America gear up to give thanks, colleges are finding unique ways to celebrate the holiday and serve a festive meal to students staying on campus over the break. 

More than 200 cafeterias throughout the state will serve the dish made with local Okinawan sweet potatoes.

Students got to try a Greek-inspired potato salad from the cafeteria’s new salad bar.