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Jun 29, 2016

Do We Suffer from Infobesity?

Infobesity: The suffering of too much nutrition and wellness information. I can’t take credit for the term; it’s something I heard from a....More
May 09, 2016

Playing politics with childhood hunger8

The long-awaited draft of the House’s child nutrition reauthorization (CNR) bill came out in April, and I was deeply saddened by one of the....More
Mar 03, 2016

Editor's Note: Building a better future

We should celebrate the diverse faces making up our industry, and that’s one of FM’s brand promises moving forward....More
Jan 19, 2016

Editor's Note: Creating a spark

Real innovation will be our standard, and that’s why we created this issue to revolve around game-changers....More
Nov 17, 2015

Editor's Note: 5 Things I’m Thankful For2

It’s been one year since I joined the staff at Food Management, and I’ve got a lot to be thankful for....More
Oct 06, 2015

Editor’s Note: Food through a positive lens

There is so much food-is-bad messaging out there. Between GMOs, organics and fad diets, it’s difficult to keep up with all the information....More
Sep 09, 2015

Editor’s Note: A personal touch 

Following up on my customer service theme from last month’s Editor’s Note, I was pleasantly surprised at the level of attention and....More
Aug 12, 2015

Editor's Note: Lessons from the air 

I spend a lot of time on planes and in airports, so much so that when my friends and family call, the first question they often ask is, “What....More
Jun 08, 2015

Editor's Note: Grin and bear it

People are often surprised to find out I’m from Texas—long ago I dropped the Southern drawl and replaced the y’alls and fixin to....More
May 26, 2015

Editor's Note: Change is coming

There’s more to Food Management than food....More
Apr 16, 2015

The Trouble with Technology

Just how important is technology? The next time you go on a trip, count the number of chargers you have to pack. And it’s not just the physical....More
Mar 20, 2015

Bonding over Tragedy1

It may just be the Texan in me, but these last two winters have been particularly brutal. Boston is nearing 100 inches of snow—100 inches! Some....More
Feb 03, 2015

A Legend Takes a Bow

Last month Janey Thornton announced she was retiring from her post as deputy under secretary for food, nutrition and consumer services at the U.S....More
Dec 18, 2014

Becky Schilling: From the editor’s desk

Food Management's Editor-in-Chief Becky Schilling on what to expect in the coming year....More
Jul 25, 2014

13 More Thoughts on the School Food Fight

Editor Eric Stoessel unloads his notebook, and mind, on the topic of school nutrition and the ongoing dispute over the regulations mandated by the....More

Becky Schilling

Becky Schilling is Food Management’s editor-in-chief. Becky holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Texas A&M University and a master's degree from the Medill School of...
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