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To celebrate Food Day 2014, 352 hospitals in the U.S. planned to serve at least one meat or poultry item raised without the routine use of antibiotics, according to Health Care Without Harm (HCWH).
Seven Garfield School District employees are on paid leave after allegations of improperly filing applications for free and reduced school lunches in the past three years.
San Francisco opened its first redesigned school cafeteria this week, with digital menu boards, casual seating and several options for grabbing lunch without a long line.
The drought that has plagued the southern United States since 2011 is easing its grip on areas across the state, according to a Texas A&M climatology expert.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture reports that 870 cow dairies produce 2.6 billion pounds of milk annually, along with dairy beef from an estimated 26,400 to 33,000 cows.
Forget lukewarm meatloaf and limp salads. These days, college dining halls are serving high-quality, inventive food, much to students' delight...
Buffalo, N.Y.-based Delaware North Cos. (DNC), says it will source 100% of its eggs from cage-free hens by the second quarter of 2016.
CU’s Dining Services, much like the rest of the university, prioritizes the development and implementation of sustainable initiatives, but there are still institutional challenges that make...
Hungry ETSU students have to pay a bit extra for on-campus dining this semester.
A controversy is brewing at Harvard Elementary School where LA Unified cafeteria workers say they feel discriminated against after being instructed to speak only English during working hours.

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