Welcome to the new FoodserviceEast.com Celebrating 91 years of providing news and information
to the Northeast foodservice industry...
View Current Issue
  • Post
    Current Issue: Vol 91 No 2NY Restaurant Showing coming soon, RODE Architects celebrates 10 years, UFood Grill expands South, Little Leaf Farms for freshest greens, Pino Maffeo's passion shines on menu, Harvard Dining on cutting edge, and more...

    View Current Issue →
  • Post
    Secrets of Success May 2017: Dr. Pam Eddinger, President, Bunker Hill Community College Dr. Pam Eddinger immigrated to the United States from Hong Kong at the age of 11 and grew up in Miami, Florida. She serves as President of Bunker Hill Community College, the largest community college in Massachusetts, with approximately 14,000 students enrolled each semester. Sixty-four percent of the students are people of color and more than half of BHCC's students are women. The college also enrolls more than 900 international students who come from approximately 100 countries and speak more than 75 languages. Under her leadership, Bunker Hill was named a co-winner of Achieving the Dream's Leah Meyer Austin Award in 2014 for its excellent work around student success.
    Read More →
  • Post
    Guest Column: Soup Anyone? The Impact of Trump's Immigration Policies on the Restaurant & Hospitality Industries America is a nation of, and built by, immigrants. Throughout history, some of the most significant contributions made to our country, which have led to our becoming a world leader, were made by immigrants including: building the nation's first railroads, providing labor during the Industrial Revolution, and fighting in wars to protect our nation.  Although we are a nation of and by immigrants and as a businessman our President was also a product of the hospitality world, his efforts in immigration reform are anything but immigrant-friendly. These policies have impacted all of our communities, but can be seen most clearly in the restaurant and hospitality industries.
    Read More →

Tweets
    2007-2017. Foodservice East. All rights reserved.