management

Businesses Using Lunchrooms To Help Workers Get Healthy

KANSAS CITY (November 22, 2010)—Thereason for helping employees make healthy food choices is simple: Healthy employees have better attendance records, cost...

Things that go bump in the night

It's three a.m. and you bolt upright in bed. Was it a noise from the closet? The bogeyman under the bed? It's probably your stomach. That gnawing feeling that you've forgotten something.

HOUSTON (May 27, 2011 - Globe Newswire)—Sysco Corporation announced it has acquired Goldberg & Solovy Foods, Inc., a leading Broadline foodservice...

Maybe it's time to look back over your personal and professional life and assess what you've accomplished, what's important to you, and what you'd like to work on in the coming year.

WICHITA, KS (October 20, 2011)—The Kansas Restaurant and Hospitality Association (KRHA) recently honored six hospitality industry leaders at the Evening of...

Sysco Corp., Houston, has named William B. Day to the newly-created position of vice president, supply chain management.Currently assistant controller of the...

2012 is here and brings a couple of changes to the way Restaurant Business magazine and Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights around what consumers watch and buy, report the Restaurant Growth Index.

After poring through economic, industry and consumer trends and statistics, Technomic, Inc., the Chicago-based foodservice industry analyst, concluded that...

The 2012 U.S. corn crop is forecast to total 10.8 billion bushels, a decline of 13 percent from a year ago. While planted area is pegged at a record 96.4 million acres, yields are forecast to decline to 123.4 bushels per acre, a decline of more than 20 percent from trend levels. The decline reflects the most adverse weather in more than 20 years to face corn growers.

A recent survey of chain restaurants uncovered a high level of food safety awareness, but foodservice distributors' attention to the issue could boost...

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