As food and labor costs continue to bite into margins, college foodservice directors are studying ways to rein in their operational expenditures.From more aggressive procurement negotiations to stricter vendor contracts, smaller portion sizes and increased energy efficiency, directors are scrutinizing their operations for ways to reduce costs.“In general, we’re trying to figure out what is happening with our food cost projections,” said Dave Prentkowski, director of foodservices at the ...
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