Peter Romeo

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Calif. passes vegan meal requirement for hospitals, prisons

The state legislation signed into law this week is the first of its kind.


7 ways foodservice operators can stop driving away employees

New research from TDn2K sheds light on practices that bolster the workforce.

The former head chef of Noma is betting he can by putting a chef in every facility. Here’s how he’s acting on that mission.

The nation has been abuzz with back-and-forth about the plight of immigrant children who were separated from their parents at the border. But when we tried to learn how those youngsters were being fed, no one wanted to talk. Is the mystery the point?

Reports are surfacing of restaurants trimming operating hours because they don’t have enough workers to stay open, but FSDs say that option isn’t feasible for them.

The #MeToo movement has fostered remedial actions from about half of businesses, but vulnerabilities persist, a recent study found.

After a six-month grace period, use of the familiar foam packaging will be stopped.

The lifetime contract-management executive was named the posthumous winner of the 2018 Legend Award.

Gene Lee took the top honor, for which several noncommercial operators were in the running.

The law enforces leave time for employees who are the victims of certain crimes.

A new study ranks the reasons for management turnover.

Prospective staff are quick to ghost an establishment they surmise doesn't deserve respect, a recent study shows.

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