| Source: Times-News
Students who get free or reduced-price lunches are finding themselves hungry at home during snow days. One district is looking for ways to help.
| Source: The Herald
Delinquent accounts in the school district total $9,963 with the seven cases amounting to $4,477, according to the district business office.
| Source: WRAL
Chef Ryan Conklin of Rex Healthcare beat out restaurant chefs to take the Competition Dining Series title, giving a boost to the notion of hospital food.
| Source: Tech Times
A study published in Food Research International suggests flooding, warmer temperatures attributed to global warming could compromise the integrity of fresh produce.
| Source: Patch
Cafeteria workers called police after a dusty green substance was found in a child’s lunch money bag. The mother blamed an ex-boyfriend’s marijuana growing operation.
| Source: The Franklin
Students at Franklin College are being assured that premade items by Sodexo follow FDA guidelines and are safe to eat, even though students see items sitting out.
| Source: News on 6
Hourly school support staff, including foodservice workers, are looking at smaller paychecks due to recent off days. Some must now figure out how to spread their finances.
| Source: Business Wire
“Taste of Sunrise” events, planned as part of National Nutrition Month, include cooking competitions, culinary demos, special lunches and more.
| Source: Military Times
The Department of Defense recently launched the Combat Rations Database to give personnel more information on field rations, from calorie counts and fat content to vitamin information and more.
| Source: Sodexo
Sodexo has announced that Marc Rolland, Vice President Benefits and Rewards for the Asia region, will replace long-serving chief financial officer Sian Herbert-Jones when she steps down next year.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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