Mike Buzalka

Mike
Buzalka
Executive Features Editor,
Food Management

Mike Buzalka is executive features editor of Food Management and has served the magazine in this capacity since 1998. Before that, he was executive editor of The Foodservice Distributor magazine. Mike covers news, operations, management and supply chain issues for the magazine. 

Articles
UT-Dallas upgrades retail options, meal plans
New meal exchange component will allow users to trade one dining hall meal swipe per day for a retail meal combo.
Unidine enters Colorado with CCRC deal
Fast growing firm now operates in 23 states.
In-seat pizza delivery for all fans at All Star Game
Delaware North Sportservice plans to offer service during Major League Mid-summer Classic in Cincinnati on July 14.
Smithsonian chef demos celebrate American cuisine
Restaurant Associates will model event themes on National American History Museum cafe menu.
Making school nutrition programs work 
Chef Jason Morse just finished four years with Douglas County Schools in Colorado. Here are his lessons from the lunchroom.
Texas Tech Quiznos doubles as autism ‘learning lab’ 
The location in the school’s Burkhart Center employs its clients and teaches job skills.
Sysco terminates US Foods merger 1
Move follows court decision and also ends proposed PFG deal to spin off 11 facilities.
Guest Services adds former Redskins exec to management team
New VP/CCO Scott Shepherd was NFL team's SVP leading Corporate Partnerships, Special Events and Government Relations.
Judge blocks Sysco/US Foods merger
Fate of deal now moves to FTC's in-house administrative court.
TrustHouse adds Chief Growth Officer
Chris Ciatto once headed Aramark Healthcare's Clinical Technology Services unit.
K-12 summer feeding programs hit the road 
Converted buses, vans and trucks offer nutritious meals while school’s out.
A tour of campus dining at North Carolina State 
Take a look at some of the ways N.C. State caters to the dining needs of its large student population
Promoting health and wellness at N.C. State 
A pair of targeted initiatives encourages healthy dining and ensures the avoidance of food allergens.
Former White House chef Scheib found dead
Body located in New Mexico mountains after missing for over a week.
San Francisco General ditches sugary beverages 1
Move affects retail cafés, and stores, vending and patient dining.

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