| Source: Beyond Chron
The Future Dining Experience – one city’s effort to get students to eat healthy school meals – allows students to preorder lunch using a phone app and offers more places to pick up their meals.
| Source: Decaturish.com
Students at the Georgia college are circulating a petition, arguing that they’re required to pay for a meal plan that’s substandard.
| Source: The Daily Republic
The Reducing Federal Mandates on School Lunch Act would loosen the current sodium and whole grain requirements that schools must meet.
| Source: Yahoo
Detroit Public Schools nutrition director Betti Wiggins put a halt to outsourcing the foodservice program, connected with local farms and more than doubled the food budget.
| Source: Fox 11
Sodexo has informed the state of Wisconsin that it will lay off nearly 300 employees in June, when one university transitions to Chartwells.
| Source: Gainesville Times
Patients at a new Georgia medical center campus are able to get fresh, cooked-to-order food with the tap of a finger on an iPad.
| Source: The Sun Chronicle
The project aims to create a one-of-a-kind heath care foodservice featuring antibiotic-free meats, cooking classes and a “Chef’s Playground.”
| Source: Binghamton.com
Chefs from two separate hospitals went head-to-head in a soup cook-off. Cafeteria diners were able to sample both soups for $1.
| Source: Peter Romeo
The organization of college and university feeders will proceed with its annual convention in July.
| Source: Hattiesburg American
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