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Muskegon Public Schools has two urban school districts, and partnered with two rural districts to broaden the lives we could affect with our Farm to School grant.
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Now that the busy summer of planning turns to a busy fall of executing, keep a close eye on the pages of FoodService Director and
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Purchasing more local, sustainable products is a priority for operators nationwide—but it’s not always feasible. That's where purchasing collectives come in...
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Loudoun County Public Schools started a culinary academy this summer. A local chef donated her time to teach staff how to make clean soups, sauces and dressings.
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The caffeine giant is bringing a mobile concept to Rutgers University.
Foodservice staff crafted a petition 1,200 signatures deep and has plans to picket.
“10 Cents a Meal” provides match funds for schools buying local produce.
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Since the farm-to-table movement has caught noncommercial attention during the past decade, operators have broadened agricultural collaborations outside of supply.
Despite passing the school foodservice deal, some council members remain wary of its effects.
Eastern Michigan University will hand over its foodservice to Chartwells, citing financial incentives.