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Mar 06, 2015

Solving the World's Problems, One Pizza at a Time

One of the major reasons universities say they encourage the use of dining halls by students is to promote "community." That's nice,....More
Feb 11, 2015

Hear Us Now and Believe Us Later...

Well, it looks like fat and cholesterol are getting the rehabilitation treatment like that of falsely accused prisoners who are found innocent after....More
Jan 16, 2015

Is Wellness a 'Scam'?

A rather interesting article on Yahoo News caught my eye recently....More
Aug 04, 2014

Wining and Dying...

Mar 26, 2014

No Free Lunch...

Hmmmm… A number of stories from around the country about schools bailing on the National School Lunch Program have recently come to our....More
Dec 13, 2013

Is This the Future of Burger Flipping? 1

Automation has already claimed a lot of jobs and may soon claim more, especially in the foodservice industry....More
Oct 18, 2013

Goldman Sachs Realigns the Lunch Hour 

CNBC reports that the discount policy at Goldman Sachs to thin out the lunch rush has some interesting cultural implications....More
Jul 22, 2013

To Nag or Not to Nag, That Is the Question (and Here May Be the Answer...) 

An interesting conclusion from a New England Journal of Medicine study about the effectiveness of intervention to make lifestyle changes among....More
Jul 03, 2013

Beach Read Recommendation 

Here's a murder mystery from the 1930s with both a good story and a culinary angle—plus classic recipes from the time!....More
Jun 24, 2013

Meat vs. Meatless on Capitol Hill 

Meatless Monday was tried once at the Capitol Hill cafeteria and it looks like it ain't coming back....More
May 13, 2013

Do Teens "Eat Fresh" at Subway? 

A study of teen eating habits at McDonald's and Subway draws some might broad conclusions from some mighty slim statistical variances....More
Apr 22, 2013

The Hazards of Social Media Engagement1

As one university dining department discovered, engaging with young customers on social media can prove irresistible to would-be comics and hackers....More
Apr 15, 2013

Don't Believe Everything You Read... 

University study suggests obesity surveys can be skewed by self-reporting....More

Mike Buzalka

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..
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