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Data gathered from more than 500,000 participants at the University of Michigan verified the three most, and least, addictive foods.
Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools, a sub-initiative of the first lady’s Let’s Move program, announced its 4,000th salad bar has been donated to schools.
A student at Doane College says though Sodexo has gluten-free training and processes, not all employees adhere to them, making her food unsafe.
Congress is taking strides to ensure childrens’ health while improving local economies and family farms by expanding the USDA’s Farm to School Grant Program.
The gold-medal winning Olympian met with students at a St. Louis high school to recognize programs such as Seed to Table, the school’s garden initiative.
The Plaza del Rio Foundation’s scholarships are supported by resident donations. A total of $20,200 has been given to allow foodservice employees to further their education at the technical school of...
Attorney generals from 10 states have joined the FTC in filing an injunction, claiming local businesses would be hurt.
A recent study suggests exposing young children to foods containing peanuts dramatically decreases the risk of developing a peanut allergy.
Stemming from the Healthy, Hunger-free Kids Act, a proposed federal rule could impart food regulations on daycare centers, before- and after-school programs and homeless shelters.
A foodservice worker accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old male student has formally resigned her position.

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