legislation & regulation

The IRS found that a “significant” number of meals expensed at the school’s high-end restaurant lacked a business purpose or proper documentation.
The bipartisan bill gives foodservice operators a break on sodium, whole grains and fruit and vegetable standards.
The agreement maintains strong regulations, with a few concessions.
The bill will provide flexibility to nutrition professionals who operate school and summer feeding programs, according to a source familiar with the draft legislation.
The new recommendations for how America should eat call for consuming less salt and more fiber and whole grains.
Upon state board approval, the $15 wage will start phasing in as soon as February.
As 2016 gets underway with state budgets still not approved in Illinois and Pennsylvania, state grants for higher education remain in limbo. For some students, that means not having enough money for...
An omnibus spending bill skips Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act reauthorization but gives FSDs a small win.
The bill will keep the government funded until Wednesday of next week, but it doesn’t include any revisions to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
A six-month impasse has some college students grumbling in more ways than one.

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