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. 

Sierra Club: UC-Irvine tops in waste management
School also named greenest in the country by the same source.
Roasted crickets offered as taco topping at UConn food truck
Few takers so far for out-of-the-box alternate protein source, but it's no joke.
TrustHouse acquires Cura
Deal adds Top 25 contract firm to company's brand portfolio while strengthening its healthcare business.
Site tabulates top sustainable college-run farms
Cal State Chico's Chico University Farm tops list of 30 campus-connected agricultural ventures.
Cafe opens in UW's performing arts complex
Encore Cafe will menu coffees, pastries and sandwiches/salads to University of Wyoming community.
Innovative Japanese station opens in Cal Poly food court
Hibachi-San offers authentic dishes ranging from poke and teriyaki bowls to fruit and milk teas.
DNC sues Park Service over Yosemite deal
Action alleges breach of contract over intangible properties.
Jose Andres concept to open at Penn
Beefsteak menus bowl-based meals emphasizing grains and vegetables.
B&I Innovator of the Year: Prime Business Dining
The foodservice firm turns meal service for construction crews into a hospitality enterprise.
Aramark micro market concept bridges space, time constraints
Product mix includes fresh salads, sandwiches, yogurt parfaits, fruits, vegetables and prepackaged meals.
Levy acquires golf concessionaire Prom
Deal expands company's share in the market, including major events like the Ryder Cup and the PGA Championship.
Multiple choice grab and go boosts lunch numbers for high school 
Fresh Market 95210 gives students entrée, fruit/veggie, grain options in a convenient format.
Students show off Summer Cooking Camp creations
Week-long education event culminates with faculty/staff feast featuring youngsters’ dishes.
Xanterra lands Grand Canyon deal extension
New contract with National Park Service extends relationship that began in 1905.
USDA report tabulates farm-to-school progress
In all, 221 grants have affected meal programs at 12,300 schools.

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