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Foodservice workers say Chartwells added an extra half hour to their schedule, increased healthcare costs and cut access to old email accounts.
Students campaigned, now every cup of coffee and tea bought from foodservice vendors on the University of Northern British Columbia campus is certified Fair Trade.
A cafeteria manager is accused of cooking the books to get more money. The district says the manager was able to get more than $23,000 in extra federal funding.
The website allows parents access to menus, nutritional information, free and reduced lunch applications, and online payments.
Four of San Antonio’s largest hospitals received perfect scores, while another hospital received major violations for rodent droppings in the kitchen. Read the list here.
Unidine Corporation has completed its acquisition of Boston-based FAME Food Management, Inc. The purchase price was not disclosed.
A study has found that exposure to good food as a child inspires healthy eating while at college, even if kids didn’t like it at the time.
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.

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