Silicon Valley employees chow down on tens of thousands of meals, snacks, and fancy coffees each day. But just who is preparing all this food? Most likely it’s a company you've probably never heard of, but a phrase you may say often: Bon Appétit.
A profile of Bon Appétit Vice President of Strategy Maisie Ganzler's behind-the-scenes work for the food service pioneer
Recipes and realities are changing in home kitchens as well as at Bon Appétit's corporate cafés.
Around the country, food service companies, grocers and entrepreneurs passionate about fighting food waste are rallying to buy up fruits and vegetables excluded from the produce aisle because of their defects.
Silicon Valley was a completely different world when Fedele Bauccio started his restaurant company in 1987.
A front-page feature package, including video and slide show, about our Garden at AT&T Park
Golden Acre farmer Jason Plotkin wants to extend his growing season year-round, with help from Bon Appétit.
As students and professors return to Case Western Reserve University, they’re being greeted with new offerings such as gourmet grilled cheese and affordable upscale dining on campus.
Bon Appétit will open Stem this fall in Mission Bay, with bocce ball, a garden, a patio, and view of the water.
Working with Hampton Creek to perfect its dough for delicious, sustainable cookies, soon to be served in our cafés across the country
Food waste has become a hot-button issue, and companies like Bon Appétit along with city and federal governments are adopting strategies for reducing it.
Always open to new things, Roger Williams University students try tasty low carbon makeover dishes and learn about beef and dairy's impact on the environment and climate change.
Just as the Exploratorium’s exhibits are designed to encourage young visitors and their parents to explore and step out of their comfort zones, the restaurant's menu does the same.
The menu of this on-campus restaurant – with its emphasis on local procurement – could easily compete with any number of local bistros.
A student explains why she thinks "Bon Appétit is the most complex, scientific and truly magical facet of life at St. Olaf"
A small, marginalized group of tomato pickers has changed the way corporate behemoths do business, and their strategy could well take off.
Hampshire College on our commitment to supporting local food and other sustainability goals.
Q&A with Fedele Bauccio on how sustainability and design find a voice in corporate, university, and museum dining.
Our Terzo Piano, Taste Restaurant, and Cafe Modern are named as among the country’s best places to pair cultural excursions with fantastic food.
Q&A with CEO Fedele Bauccio about serving farm-to-fork meals at Oracle and throughout Silicon Valley.
An edible garden at AT&T Park will be the first such facility at any U.S. professional sports venue.
International magazine highlights Bon Appétit Management Company's waste reduction efforts such as onsite composting and trayless dining.
An alliance of retailers, fruit growers, and farmworkers has begun a program to promote healthy produce and improve working conditions.
Our restaurants Terzo Piano at the Art Institute of Chicago and Provenance at the Cleveland Museum of Art are don't-miss culinary experiences for art patrons.
Silicon Valley employees routinely get the best and healthiest food at work. Doing something similar in our schools isn’t as crazy as it seems.
When BAMCO CEO Fedele Bauccio recently read a Pork Network op-ed by food industry and consumer advocate Rick Berman blasting the movement to ban gestation crates, he was moved to draft a response.
BAMCO’s latest project recognizes the need for student farms to connect not only with hyper-local markets, but with each other, so they can share resources and support.
Jon Fortt takes an inside look at the catering world of Silicon Valley's hottest player.
"CEO Fedele Bauccio often doesn't get credit outside the industry for being a trailblazer. But let me tell you: His impact on the local-sustainable movement is big.…"
There's no shortage of inspiration on the walls of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Now, the same can be said of the plate.