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The dining director at the University of California at Berkeley is retiring.
The award recipients also participated in a training program at Kendall College.
From its 320-square-foot container, the farm will provide wasabi arugula, basil and kale.
School officials are deciding whether they should limit the amount of sweetened beverages served in dining halls or eliminate them altogether.
The additional funds are being introduced a year after the school switched to an “open” dining plan.
The labels were causing congestion in the serving lines, school officials say.
The program will expand the availability of plant-based dishes and will not cost students more than traditional meals, a school board official says.
School officials believe the menu will also appeal to students who eat halal.
The new dining hall scanners will be faster and more sanitary than the current system, school officials say.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s announcement Monday of plans to roll back parts of the National School Lunch Program, including some requirements for sodium and whole-grain products, is drawing...

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