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The Chicago-based sports concessionaire will provide foodservices at Notre Dame Stadium, Compton Family Ice Arena and the Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center, among others.
The Fresh and Simple Tastes—or FAST—line will make its debut this fall, providing a safe dining option for students with allergies, officials say.
Texas State University’s renovated dining hall, which will feature longer hours, is set up to encourage students and staff to stay awhile.
The University of New Hampshire is taking heat from students who pointed out that the light-up table aimed at showcasing healthy food prep cost almost as much as a full year’s tuition.
The School Nutrition Association has honored three individuals for their commitment to nutrition.
Officials say Benjamin E. Mays High is the only school in its district with a greenhouse that uses hydroponics and aquaponics to grow vegetables and herbs year-round.
Officials say the meals—which include fruits, protein and whole grains—will help Binghamton University reach its campus-wide wellness goals.
Expanding the federal program to include low-income college students would increase their chances of graduating, Wisconsin Hope Lab says.
Students at Nickerson High School now have more entrees—and more seating options—to choose from during meal times.
The vendor's Future Chefs: Healthy Breakfast Challenge promotes healthy food choices and encourages innovation in the kitchen...

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