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  • News Boston Globe

Bon Appetit, a California-based food service company that caters to corporations, universities and specialty venues – including MIT, Emmanuel and Wesleyan – has declared today Eat (Local) Fish Challenge Day to introduce diners in the 500 cafes they run in 32 states to local – and sustainable – “wallflower” fish.

  • News CNBC

Jon Fortt takes an inside look at the catering world of Silicon Valley’s hottest player.

  • News Grist

it’s refreshing to see that Bon Appétit Management Company (BAMCO) has promised to phase out pork produced in gestation crates, do away with all eggs from confined hens, and source at least 25 percent of their meat from farms that are third-party-certified humane by 2015.

  • News The Street

In trying to keep its workforce motivated, efficient, happy and productive — as well as to recruit and retain talent — an increasing number of companies are viewing high-quality employee meals as a crucial perk.