healthcare

Industry Leaders Forecast Growth Year in 2006

The marketing group and vendor executives expressed their bullishness about business next year and beyond, some even forecasting double-digit growth...

Agreement Reached on National Menu Labeling Legislation

Restaurants with 20 or more locations would need to list calories on the menu or on menu boards, according to a summary of the legislation distributed by...

It is no surprise that the recent economic downturn has affected workers' financial stability. However, some companies may not realize to what extent. According to the 2011 Aflac WorkForces Report, 54% of the American workforce would accept a job offer with better benefits even if their compensation was lower.

In a matter of months, restaurateurs will need to notify employees of their new health insurance options under the Affordable Health Care act, officers of the National Restaurant Association alerted attendees at the Restaurant Leadership Conference. In a short, focused presentation, CEO Dawn Sweeney and chairman Phil Hickey stressed that operators need to learn their obligations and options now to contend with one of the greatest challenges ever faced by the industry.

One of the greatest challenges facing foodservice operators in the 21st century is service. There are five major reasons for this service challenge.

Neesvig's, located in Windsor, WI, was founded in 1913. It is one of the oldest providers of fine meats and complementary food products throughout the...

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (Oct. 1)—The Schwan Food Co. is betting that sushi, thawed and served, will be a hit at school cafeterias. The Minneapolis/St. Paul...

ROSEMONT, IL (November 10, 2011 - Marketwire)—US Foods announced the chef team from New York University (NYU) Medical Center has won the 2011 Healthcare...

There were a lot of clues at the National Restaurant Association Show: The crowds waiting to get into the healthcare reform education sessions. The full schedule the advisors at the NRA healthcare reform knowledge center faced every day. And the looks of frustration and bewilderment on operators’ faces—after they learned more.

U.S. Foodservice (USF), Columbia, MD, has signed a $150-million, three-year contract with Beverly Enterprises, Fort Smith, AR.The $17.5 billion broadliner...

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