| Source: Technique
The dull, off-white plates, bent silverware, slick floors and sticky tables are characteristic of Tech’s Dining Services.
| Source: The Doings Hinsdale
The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board will consider participating in the National School Lunch Program to get reimbursed for the free lunches the district provides some students.
| Source: The Republic
It's been years since the state has fed thousands on the morning of the Kentucky Derby, but Mike Vaughn vividly recalls the frantic pace of preparing enough biscuits, eggs, sausage and country...
| Source: WLFI
Over the past two years the USDA has implemented strict guidelines in an effort to make school lunches more healthy, and they are about to get more strict.
| Source: NYDailyNews.com
A whopping 56% of schools have started serving lunch by 11 a.m., according to an analysis of Education Department records by WNYC's SchoolBook.org website and the Daily News...
| Source: The Harvard Crimson
The online ordering system now accepts weekly orders for bagged meals instead of having students complete the order form each time.
| Source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital remodeled its cafe last year, making healthy changes that help cafe patrons and the community.
| Source: KGW
Prepackaged peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will stay on the menu at Portland’s Beverly Cleary school, despite a push to make the school peanut-free.
| Source: Chicago Tribune
By offering lots of menu choices — including soda — in cafeterias in Glenbrook High School District 225, officials hope students will stay in for lunch and boost the meals program.
| Source: HealthDay
Nearly six in 10 students at an Oregon university could not afford to get enough healthy food at one point in the school year, a problem that threatens their school performance as well as their...
Click through a Snapshots of all the recipes for the April 2014 issue. This month features seafood and pasta dishes.
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