After closing the main dining hall, dining services turned it into a test kitchen to keep all members of the food service staff employed and busy while preparing for spring term.
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Aladdin at Alvernia University sends excess production of prepared foods from the dining hall to the Clare’s Cupboard campus food pantry, reducing food waste while serving students in need.
A silver lining and smart pivot of the pandemic, Project FEED has sent 300,000-plus meals to seniors in a vulnerable spot.
Tom McGinness, area manager for Culinary Services Group, talks about how the company is approaching providing dining service at the brand-new Murphy Rehabilitation & Nursing facility in North Carolina.
Waiver confusion, wildfires and families settling into their new-normal routines mean fewer kids are picking up school lunch.
Dartmouth College launches a delivery model that accommodates specialized diets during student quarantine
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