Kelsey Nash

Editor-in-Chief, FoodService Director

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Kelsey Nash

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Shining a spotlight on employee wellness

Before the coronavirus hit, a college dining team tapped into a simple wellness program that resonated.


Helping workers feel appreciated during unprecedented times

Keeping staff engaged, especially when they’re furloughed, can be a particular challenge.

UC Irvine Medical Center is still “waiting for our surge,” but the dining team has found ways to step up service in the meantime.

Colleges are highlighting familiar faces and favorite recipes to keep students engaged with foodservice even after returning home.

IU Dining Executive Director Rahul Shrivastav shares how Indiana University is adapting amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As the COVID-19 crisis continues, foodservice teams are cooking up fresh ways to connect with diners.

The insurance provider has teamed up with a local organization to help prepare meals for area seniors.

FSD editors discuss how school closures are impacting the state of school meals.

A number of state and local governments are restricting dining out in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

A concept that replaced a labor-intensive sushi option has been a runaway success.

A new report from Sodexo says that all-day eating and socially minded snacking are two top trends.

Thoughts on a foodservice circle of life.

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