School-aged kids and young adults have much higher expectations of their dining experiences and menu selection at school than the generations that came before them. Or do they? The opening session of the FM IDEAS track of the MUFSO Supershow in Dallas on September 30 focused on the methods and methodology that schools and universities can use to gather data on the taste preferences of kids and young adults in order to glean insights for successful foodservice programs. The speakers ...
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