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The Florida university says it’s the first in the state to sell campus-grown produce to its foodservice vendor.
The theme park’s new rates went into effect Wednesday.
Foodservice workers at Lincoln Junior-Senior High School are permitted to throw away school lunches from students who have accrued more than $6.75 in lunch debt.
Seven to 20 percent of students miss lunch once a week, according to a report in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Longtime CEO Joe Pacifico will remain in his role.
Emojis could help schools across the nation cut down on food waste, officials say.
Mayor de Blasio has reportedly withdrawn support based on mixed results from a pilot in the city’s middle schools.
On the contract-management side, Rick Abramson of Delaware North was selected in specialty foodservice and Mike Barclay of Southern Management was the winner in the business-and-industry category.
Raising the minimum wage even higher would likely mean increasing students’ fees, officials say.
Through a partnership with Kansas State University, officials plan to implement consistent menus at child development centers army-wide.

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