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US government gets legal over NSLP
The federal government is fighting back against seven US states that have objected to new, relaxed rules for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), reports Amelia Levin
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Krispy Kreme sweetens offering with first comprehensive store redesign in a decade
Doughnut chain first unveils new product innovation and "enhanced guest experience" in North Carolina before remodeling its 350 US stores

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Second chance for young offenders
The National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF) has been awarded a $4.5m grant to help offenders get hospitality jobs. Chris Evans reports on how it will work

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Chef Naomi Pomeroy in profile
Oregon chef Naomi Pomeroy speaks with Chloe Scott-Moncrieff about the highs and lows of her career in the kitchen

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Consultancy focus: Cini-Little
The next generation of Cini-Little has plans on how the legacy firm will look in the future, as Samantha Lande finds out

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New Orleans city profile
New Orleans continues to attract plaudits for its distinctive dining scene. Liz Campbell tracks the culinary heritage and the changes happening in the Crescent City

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100 years of wow: National Restaurant Association Show 2019 brings the fun, breaks records
For a fifth year in a row the show had record exhibitor space sales and welcomed 65,526 attendees

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