06-10-2015 | Source: CBS Philly
The Philadelphia City Council has been asked to create a “Temple Vending District,” ensuring students have an opportunity to purchase food while not choking off pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
06-10-2015 | Source: WKOW
Recently, more than 100 healthcare representatives gathered for a forum in Madison to discuss improving nutrition in their cafeterias.
06-10-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
The foodservice provider has been awarded a four-year contract for the U.S. House of Representatives.
06-09-2015 | Source: The Bradenton Times
A school district in Florida has stepped up its summer foodservice program by adding more site locations, a second mobile feeding bus and delivery to apartment complexes, local churches, YMCAs and...
06-09-2015 | Source: Palm Beach Post
The USDA and Florida Department of Agriculture are endorsing a 2-1-1 helpline, which will help families find schools offering free summer meals to children.
06-09-2015 | Source: Star Journal
While school is out, families of Pelican School students will take turns tending the garden, so students can enjoy the fruits of their spring planting in the fall.
06-09-2015 | Source: KTXS
Starting this fall, high school students in Abilene Independent School District will have the opportunity to eat lunch, attend tutorials and work with their teachers to get help if needed during Mega...
06-09-2015 | Source: The Buffalo News
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is calling on Congress to uphold child nutrition standards set forth in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.
06-08-2015 | Source: The Washington Post
A former director of foodservice for D.C. Public Schools alleged the contractor not only overcharged the city, but also mismanaged its school-meal programs.
06-08-2015 | Source: The Charlotte Observer
This week Lynn Harvey will share successes in North Carolina’s school-meal programs, as well as the challenges in meeting new standards for nutrition set by the federal government.
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