Food Service

ProChef SmartBrief

Culinary news for smart chefs

ProChef SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: The Culinary Institute of America

Restaurant hires farmers to cultivate ingredients

10/22/2014

  • Huffington Post, The

After apprenticing at Noma in Copenhagen, chef Blaine Wetzel moved back to the U.S. to head the kitchen at the Willows Inn on Lummi Island, Wash., and transform it into a true farm-to-table eatery. Th… Read More

Restaurant SmartBrief

Restaurant and food service news

Restaurant SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: National Restaurant Association

Jobs are on the menu across America

10/22/2014

Restaurant industry job growth remains broad-based on the state level, with the strongest gains this year in Colorado, Oklahoma and Georgia, according to Bruce Grindy, the NRA's chief economist. Read … Read More

SNA SmartBrief

School nutrition news

SNA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: School Nutrition Association

Mass. district to review policy on meal charges

10/23/2014

  • SouthCoastToday.com (New Bedford, Mass.) (tiered subscription model)

The School Committee for a Massachusetts district has asked the superintendent to review policy dealing with students who have negative balances in their school meal accounts. The committee recently d… Read More

WFF SmartBrief

Insights and advice for women leading the foodservice industry

WFF SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Women's Food Service Forum

Why men should take parental leave

10/21/2014

  • Fast Company online

Men have an important role to play in ensuring the business world has equal opportunities for everyone, writes Kathleen Davis. Male leaders can make an impact by mentoring other people, doing their sh… Read More

CIA Wine & Beverage Edition

Daily news on wine, cocktails, craft beers, coffee, tea and other beverages

CIA Wine & Beverage Edition

Published in partnership with: The Culinary Institute of America

Okla. campaign seeks to change "outdated" brewery laws

10/22/2014

  • Tulsa World (Okla.)

The League of Oklahomans for Change in Alcohol Laws launched a "Free the Taps" campaign on Tuesday to change the state's laws regarding breweries, which are shackled by "outdated" laws the prohibit se… Read More