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Benita Gingerella

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Benita is an editor for FoodService Director and has been with the publication since 2016. In addition to covering various sectors of the noncommercial industry, Benita is also responsible for several of the magazine's most beloved sections, including Steal This Idea and The Line. In her spare time, Benita is an avid restaurant-goer and loves to travel extensively.

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Operations

Longview ISD’s garden provides fresh produce for students year-round

The school district’s lot is already at five acres and growing.

Operations

School district’s take-and-bake meals prove to be a win-win

A pandemic-era program at Grapevine Colleyville ISD provides families with comforting favorites and offers an extra source of revenue to the nutrition team.

Gus will appear at events across Metro Atlanta to offer prospective employees an opportunity to learn more about the district and apply for a job.

The first phase of the garden should be ready in time for the fall planting season.

The Hunger-Free Summer for Kids Act would get rid of the requirement that students eat their summer meals at a centralized location.

TikTok has enabled Juan Zamorano of San Diego Unified School District to share his love of scratch-made meals and expand his skillset.

Nearly 100% of districts say they plan to have kids back in classrooms full-time, according to data released by the state.

Amanda Venezia and her staff thought out of the box to keep kids happy and fed this school year.

The new senior-living community offers multiple dining venues and ever-evolving menus to keep things fresh for residents.

Sodexo has teamed up with Hungry, a meal services and events platform.

The bill seeks to create a maximum residue limit for chlorpyrifos, a pesticide that has reportedly been linked to adverse effects.

One of the winners will also receive the Gold Plate Award during IFMA’s 67th annual Gold and Silver Plate Awards celebration, which will take place virtually in September.

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