When schools and colleges closed their campuses this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, foodservice operators were left with one big question: What does foodservice look like at educational institutions this fall?
Instead of camps and summer feeding programs, district and college dining programs are using the summer to brainstorm what a revised educational system will be come August. This summer, Food Management is bringing together the communities in both colleges & universities and K-12 foodservice for a highly interactive digital forum to share the most timely and insightful best practices as the new school year approaches. Back to School with Food Management will feature a five-week series of thought-provoking keynote speakers, informative webcasts, segment-specific content, curated digital meet-up events, proprietary research and more.
Sessions for the virtual leadership series include how to start a delivery program on your college campus; revenue-building ideas for child nutrition programs; lunch in the classroom and other new service styles for schools; what’s the future of dining halls; and menu development in a socially distanced world.
The series will kick off with a keynote session by data research firm Datassential, looking at research surrounding how K-12 school foodservice and college dining services have been impacted by coronavirus and also the impact to consumer dining trends.
Join us beginning July 14 for this five-week educational and leadership series. Registration is now live, and you can visit https://webinars.food-management.com/back-to-school/ for more information.