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K-12 mobile kitchens provide efficient solutions for after-hours meals

Besides breakfast and lunch in K-12, noncommercial foodservice may be called on to provide snacks or meals for after-school programs, athletes or other students who may be on campus after hours.


4 ways to use mobile kitchens in K-12 operations

Mobile kitchens are a viable solution for a range of challenges faced by noncommercial foodservice operators. Here’s four ways foodservice providers in the K-12 segment can put mobile kitchens to use in their operations, and some suggestions for menu items in each.

When dining out, plenty of consumers opt to save a few dollars by ordering a glass of water. It’s a plan that’s great for their pocketbooks but not so great for foodservice facilities, where beverages...

Non-commercial foodservice operators are working harder and harder to offer diners the foods they want to eat.

Most consumers are willing to try an item as a small plate or a side, rather than diving in with a full serving. This provides full-service restaurants an opportunity for trial occasions and can help ...

Diners rank food & beverage as the number one attribute for creating value at a restaurant, above cost, service & amenities and atmosphere. Click below to check out these three ways hi...

Cooking from scratch has regained favor among foodservice operators in the K-12 segment and continues to expand in schools across the country. The goal for operators implementing scratch-based cook...

Showcase the popular protein across the menu, from appetizers to snacks and lunchtime sandwiches to center-of-the-plate entrees.

College students are more in tune than ever with health, sustainability and culinary trends, and they want high-quality food from operations that can back up their claims.

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