A partnership of Cornell University, the Greater Ithaca Activities Center and the Food Bank of the Southern Tier operates a food pantry offering free food to those in need in the surrounding community.
While the scale of the coronavirus crisis caught just about everyone by surprise, dining services at Ohio State benefitted from some preliminary planning to keep things running for the students left on campus.
Jay Vetter, executive chef with Harvest Table Culinary Group at Elon University in North Carolina, talks with us about being ready for whatever college education will look like next fall while providing comforting, fun meals in the here and now.
As some states being to loosen coronavirus-induced restrictions and businesses, institutions and public venues begin considering reopening, their in-house dining operations will face a series of challenges, none with easy answers. Here are 10 that...
A survey by digital engagement solutions vendor Nutrislice of more than 800 college students on what they will expect from their on-campus dining services finds strong support for contactless ordering/payment/ options.
Through special event menus and leaving dining hall seating open if scattered, the campus meal service at the University of North Texas tries to make sure customers still have a positive meal experience.
Do you have a member of your foodservice staff who has performed beyond the call of duty during the coronavirus crisis? Nominate him or her to be a Foodservice Hero to be featured in Food Management magazine.