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Bringing Employees Back to the Office by Offering more than just Foodservice

Source: Food Service Director

Convincing workers to come back to the office can seem a bit like trying to slam the lid back onto Pandora’s box. According to the Pew Research Center, around 22 million employed adults age 18 and over in U.S. work from home all the time. That’s about 14% of all employed adults. Is it possible […]

Metz Culinary Management top the 2024 Protein Sustainability Scorecard

Source: Food Service Director

In the US, some caterers are ramping up their response to climate change, while others are employing greenwashing tactics – a new scorecard ranks the country’s foodservice sector on sustainability goals. Is your caterer really sustainable, or is it all just a façade? It’s a question that the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) […]

What’s in store for Earth Day 2024 in on-site foodservice

Source: Foodservice Director

Earth Day is right around the corner, and as such, foodservice providers and operations are paying special attention to their carbon footprint. The on-site foodservice industry is celebrating in various ways through themed menus, new climate forward programs and even a plastic-free day. Here’s a look into this year’s festivities.

Fusion Cuisine Finds Its Place

Source: Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

Today’s restaurant environment includes a full array of menu mashups. It’s been a long time coming, but fusion cuisine is finally getting the respect it deserves. Well-traveled palates, the increased availability of global ingredients and American-born chefs with immigrant parents sharing the melting-pot food they grew up on have all played a role in the […]

Blount County Schools’ Project SEARCH celebrates ninth class graduating to jobs

Source: The Daily Times

Blount County Schools on Thursday, March 28, celebrated the ninth class of graduates from the Project SEARCH job training program, as well as the village that has made the program a success, again transitioning every student into a paid job.

NEPA Alliance invites businesses to ‘Bringing the World to NEPA’ event

Source: The Times Leader

The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance will host its premier international business event — Bringing the World to Northeastern Pennsylvania — from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, March 11, at The Venue/Culinary Creations by Metz, Dupont.

Metz culinary competition challenges chefs to make seafood the star of the menu

Source: The Food Service Director

Chefs at Metz Culinary Management were challenged to come up with innovative seafood recipes as part of the foodservice provider’s Scales & Tails Seafood Culinary Contest.

St. Luke’s offers low-cost meals to seniors at Carbon, Miners

Source: Times News

John & Eleanor Dawyd dined recently, in the festively decorated cafeteria of St. Luke’s Carbon Campus, on a meal of stuffed shells, brussels sprouts, salad, and cake, offered through the hospital’s new Older Adults Dining Program.

Arcadia reduces food waste by 52%, $14K through prevention program

Source: Glenside Local

Arcadia University was featured by Leanpath, a food waste and kitchen efficiency company, for reducing food waste by more than 50 percent since August 2022 through the University dining service’s food waste prevention program.

Metz introduces new recipes to its fresh sushi line

Source: Foodservice Director

Metz Culinary Management has expanded its fresh sushi line for its partners in K-12, higher education, healthcare and corporate dining. The foodservice provider has debuted several new offerings, including edi shrimp nigiri and spicy crab rolls.

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