You could have profits pouring in by starting a coffee program in your school.
Foods you serve can be more profitable and popular when guided by sales and purchasing analysis. 
Having the right people in place will make sure schools follow rules when using federal dollars to buy food.
As part of the National School Lunch Program, school foodservice operators are required to comply with the Buy American provision. Learn what that means for your district.
Utilizing campus dining services and offering a side of worry-free catering and services keeps business pouring in.
9 key points your staff needs to know to promote school foodservice safety.
Knowing school diet rules and tracking ingredients will provide students foods they need and enjoy. 
Now is a good time to review your menu and find ways to reduce sodium content by using more fresh items, herbs and spices.
Data shows there’s plenty of room to expand beyond lunch in school foodservice. Here are 7 steps to help you do just that.