Nutrient-rich and culturally impactful, indigenous comfort foods provide healing power to patients, staff and hospital employees. From seal soup to moose stew and reindeer potpie, these Alaskan staples have healing properties backed up by science.
Food Management highlights how the 25 largest school districts in the country coped with COVID last fall and how they plan to approach the spring.
The contract management company looks for ways to provide value to clients and customers in a remote-work-based corporate environment by looking at alternatives and extensions of workplace meal service.
The coronavirus pandemic accelerated existing trends toward more remote work and declining onsite meal participation, and it is a situation corporate dining programs will have to adjust to.
Strengthen Against Stress project addresses the feelings of panic and unease many college students are feeling, brought on by virtual classes, extra homework, lack of healthy snack breaks, weight gain and more.
The company is now delivering its multiday meal packs to individual student homes with its Door to Door initiative.
A c-store program from Chartwells puts retail outlets into high schools that offer NSLP-compliant foods and beverages while giving students a glimpse of what college campus stores are like.
An Eat Local initiative that brought menu items from struggling local restaurants to the Tulane campus served a dual purpose: feeding campus customers and helping businesses in the surrounding community.