09-25-2014 | Source: Mass Live
Noble Hospital is giving its employees a new kind of sugar rush to battle the mid-afternoon doldrums with a snack bar that provides alternatives to soda and candy machines.
09-25-2014 | Source: The Diamondback
Dining Services introduced 40 new dishes this semester, following an increase in Chef’s Feature sales over the past couple of years.
09-25-2014 | Source: Yale Daily News
As Yale Dining workers and University administrators discuss concerns about the relocation of certain dining services to the new Culinary Support Center, some dining employees are also expressing...
09-24-2014 | Source: Collegiate Times
The long lines at the on-campus Bruegger’s Bagels and Qdoba have landed the two franchises the No. 1 and No. 3 spots on the companies' most visited locations...
09-24-2014 | Source: The New York Times
The three largest soda companies — Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group — have pledged to cut the number of sugary drink calories that Americans consume by one-fifth in about a decade.
09-24-2014 | Source: Chicago Tribune
A suburban school district is cutting its food service budget after giving up nearly $1 million in aid by quitting the federal school lunch program.
09-24-2014 | Source: Bucknell University
EatWell, Bucknell Dining Services' new web tool, allows students to plan their meals with the help of complete nutrition and allergy information...
09-23-2014 | Source: The Topeka Capital-Journal
Shawnee County’s corrections department in July tested a food service strategy targeted at making confinement for its juvenile inmates more palatable.
09-23-2014 | Source: Green Bay Press Gazette
As daily traffic along Webster Avenue zips by the Green Bay Correctional Institution, on the other side of the formidable walls and armed towers of the maximum-security prison in Allouez grows a...
09-23-2014 | Source: CNN Money
A new report Thursday found that only 2% of the projected increase in federal spending over the next decade will be dedicated to programs benefiting children.
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