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Amid COVID-19 closures, Tulane Dining offers local restaurants a boost

A university food truck has been serving dishes from nearby eateries three days a week.


NYC Public Schools shares fall reopening plans

Students in the country's biggest school district will physically attend class just one to three days a week, depending on their school.

Has the coronavirus thrown a wrench in foodservice operators’ earth-friendly efforts?

Though primarily focused on restaurants, Grubhub has broadened its presence in noncommercial in recent years.

The group will include experts in the fields of epidemiology, nutrition and more.

As signs of recovery start to emerge, so does a clearer picture of the virus’ toll on the foodservice business.

While there will be some variability among its 23 campuses, “limited exceptions” will be made for in-person learning and research.

The dining director helped install wooden planters in the community’s courtyard.

Technomic sheds some light on how the foodservice industry may look different as the year goes on.

New federal employment figures show further fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

New data from software provider Nutrislice indicates that foodservice programs may have an uphill climb when it comes to diner perceptions once in-person classes resume.

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