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Forty-two percent of U.S. districts operate farm-to-school programs, according to the USDA’s Farm to School Census.
Nearly 1,000 inmates staged silent protests against the meals provided by Trinity Services Group, which replaced Aramark about eight months ago.
The new warehouse will save the school district more than $380,000 annually, officials say.
The hours were changed shortly after a $5 million funding cut for the university was approved.
Bon Appetit was chosen to promote better eating on campus, officials say.
Though a Virginia school district’s debt soared after scrapping alternative meals for indebted students, a revised approach has helped it recoup some losses.
Following protests from the university’s students and foodservice staff, the vendor made concessions on pay and benefits.
Meal plan prices at six Minnesota universities will rise nearly 11 percent next school year as student demand for healthy, vegan and organic options grows.
Students who follow breakfast at home with an additional breakfast at school are less likely to be overweight than their peers who skip the meal altogether, according to the study.
Kent State University in Ohio and Maine-based Bowdoin College claim the top two spots in College Rank’s list for colleges with the best dining experience.

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