Campus dining staffs are looking to the streets of Singapore, Vietnam, Peru and Brazil for inspiration, flavor and variety. Their search is global, as they introduce foods that meet the needs of customers with ever more sophisticated tastes and assist in much needed cost containment.“I believe world street food will be the next megatrend on campuses because it is portable, fast, fresh, fun to eat, bold in flavor and relatively inexpensive,” said Ken Toong, executive director of dining at the ...
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