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At Umatilla School District, 85% of students are participating in its free lunch program as a result of the USDA’s Community Eligibility Program. The USDA reimburses the district $3 per each meal...
At the Wisconsin Farm to School Summit, Deborah Kane, the director of the USDA’s Farm to School Program urged districts to increase the funds allocated towards sourcing local foods by 15%. Wisconsin...
The $2.7 million overhaul includes the expansion of the serving line area, the addition of a noodle station and pizza oven, and a 20% increase in seating.
Students at Old Rochester Regional School District are allowed to put whole, uneaten fruit or unopened food items in a designated area for other students to take. Community members also are...
In a state known for beef production, the student government at the University of Nebraska voted down a proposal by students who suggested a “Meatless Monday” promotion to raise awareness about the...
The Pony Express food truck at Murray State isn’t limited to university grounds. It can be seen traveling to apartment complexes, neighborhoods and campus villages.
Students at North Carolina State looking for healthy options will be able to choose a pre-designed meal option clocking in at under 500 calories. The dish, designed by NCSU nutrition students, will...
Stony Brook University’s meal plans, which include deductions for dining facility renovations and new construction, leave many students hungry for more.
Students at Holmen School District in Holmen, Wis., raised chickens as part of their farm-to-school program. Recently, the district added the chickens to its cafeteria menus, providing students with...
The BackPack program in the Richmond County, Ga., school district provides 100 children with canned and packaged goods so their families can create two weekend meals to help keep them fed. The...

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