Independent and multi-unit restaurants are pitching in to help improve the availability of healthful food in school foodservice. To learn and share strategies about how to improve school food, operators from a variety of segments within the foodservice industry came together this week in Texas for the “Healthy Flavors, Healthy Kids” summit at the Culinary Institute of America’s San Antonio campus. “It’s going to take all of us to address this problem,” ...

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