• Jul 10, 2015

    Can You Pass the Foodie Test?

    Cornell food scientists develop a list to determine if you're really a foodie or not....More
  • Jul 7, 2015

    Editor's Note: Confessions of a former faker   3

    Almost eight years ago I got my first job covering the noncommercial industry. I had never written about food and was a little nervous faking it as an industry writer. Back then, I was a very cautious eater and didn’t stray too far from what was comfortable and known. Slowly, but surely, I got to know and love food....More
  • Jun 9, 2015

    It’s cherry season: Wow your customers with a pop of color and taste  

    Six chefs share their secrets to cooking with cherries....More
  • Jun 8, 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’s with versions more acceptable up North. So for many, it’s a game to try to get me to drop one of these sayings unknowingly....More
  • May 29, 2015

    Lessons that all foodservice professionals can learn from the most allergy-friendly restaurant chains

    Allergy blogger Paul Antico shares tips from five chains that can help foodservice operators offer safe dining environments for guests with food allergies....More
  • May 26, 2015

    Editor's Note: Change is coming

    There’s more to Food Management than food...More
  • Apr 27, 2015

    Beware these hidden allergens   2

    You may think you’re safe, but the eight most common allergens can be found in some unlikely places....More
  • Apr 21, 2015

    Is Patient Satisfaction a Misplaced Priority? 2

    A recent article in Atlantic magazine online caught my eye. Titled "The Problem With Satisfied Patients," it charges that elements of the Affordable Care Act that reward healthcare providers for increasing patient satisfaction scores may have serious—in fact, deadly—consequences by prioritizing the patient experience over actual clinical results. Here's the money quote…...More
  • Mar 30, 2015

    Is Ugly the New Beautiful? 1

    Looks like the ugly stepsister may get a coming-out party. A recent story on Time.com about the growing use of "ugly" food in Europe and Australia, combined with an announcement from Compass Group about its new "Imperfectly Delicious Produce" program, signals the emergence of a potential trend FM readers may want to keep an eye on....More

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