Napa Valley (CA) College, like many institutions of higher learning, especially in cash-strapped California, was looking for budget savings this past summer. One prominent target: the campus dining program, which was costing the school $20-$30,000 in subsidies, utilities and operational expenses. NVC is a purely commuter school that only offers onsite foodservice as an amenity for a customer base that doesn't for the most part eat on campus. It had been outsourcing management of its ...

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