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With the help of foodservice staff, residents prepared cakes, cookies and pies for the Dreamy Dessert Recipe Contest at the Sacred Heart Home in Oregon, Ohio.
At a recent conference, Idaho farmers learned about the challenges school foodservice personnel face when trying to purchase local food.
The First Lady says students who are accustomed to eating healthier at school could become a generation that embraces healthier eating habits.
Middle School parents say students were served biscuits that appeared moldy, though an inspection found the color was due to a chemical reaction.
The Fit Kids Text program at sends families tips about nutrition, healthy eating habits and upcoming school menus.
West Virginia’s Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill allowing schools to relax nutrition standards during states of emergency or preparedness.
An Illinois school district is contemplating whether to make a free breakfast and lunch available to all students starting next school year.
President Barack Obama criticized university administrators Friday for driving up the cost of college with high-priced extras such as gourmet cafeteria food.
School officials in Tennessee are exploring the cost and effectiveness of privatizing the district’s food service with a cafeteria management company. The business would likely oversee staffing,...
Oregon brewer, Falling Sky, hopes to open a pub and pizzeria in the remodeled Erb Memorial Union at the University of Oregon.

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