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The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says that Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s decision to include a McDonald’s restaurant on its premises indicates “misaligned interests.”
After receiving a Nutrition Integrity grant, Cleveland School District, in Bolivar County, Miss., replaced fat fryers with steam ovens at two schools to make healthier meals for its students.
Despite bad publicity about the company’s food delivery services in state facilities, Lorain County officials say they have a good working relationship with Aramark.
Ken Toong, executive director of auxiliary enterprises at UMass, is betting a clam bake feast should the Patriots lose. However, he plans on enjoying a crab boil with seven lucky students at the...
The School Nutrition Association’s latest position paper calls on Congress to consider changes prior to the Healthy, Hungry-Free Kids Act reauthorization.
Continental breakfast is free for everyone while lunch is free for only students, with employees paying $4. The self-sustaining bistro offers international recipes and gets some of its food from the...
College students consider take-away food a privilege of expensive meal plans, but one university says stolen food adds up to $50,000 annually.
Google’s not the only one catering to workers. From brick-oven pizza to made-to-order sushi, diagnostic technology lab Idexx retains its employees and boosts their productivity by keeping them well-...
Michael Brennan, Mayor of Portland, Maine, wants local schools, hospitals and prison cafeterias to start serving more locally-sourced fish to boost Maine’s commercial fishing industry.
Humboldt State University and the University of Louisiana both ranked in the top 10 of more than 50 schools in the U.S. that prevented large amounts of trash produced during football games from being...

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