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School leaders explained to U.S. State Rep. Charlie Dent that adhering to Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act is resulting in students throwing away more food.
A new law prohibits New Jersey schools from not serving meals to students who have delinquent payment accounts without notifying parents first.
A free school breakfast for all students up to the sixth grade is one of the plans included in an education bill introduced by state legislators.
Federal Smart Snacks requirements will be under review by a committee set up to look at education regulations deemed overreaching or unnecessary.
World’s largest contract company is basing its principles on CIA’s Menus of Change.
A new U.S. Food Law and Policy course will examine the environmental, health and safety regulations affecting the foodservice industry.
Seven vendors, including Tyson Foods, Jennie-O and Land O’Lakes, brought in new items for the 48 invited students to try.
A New Jersey high school will provide teachers and staff with hepatitis A after a cafeteria employee was diagnosed with the contagious infection. The vaccination will be available to anyone who...
More than 100 ESU students have been hit with gastrointestinal illness. The Pennsylvania Department of Health has been working with ESU Dining Services to investigate a gastrointestinal illness that...
Middle school and high school students at Yough School District in Herminie, Penn., will be able to eat a hot meal after school beginning Feb. 16.

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