08-25-2014 | Source: The Sacramento Bee
The pink cookie, once named as a best by Cleveland magazine, will no longer be offered because it doesn’t meet new nutritional guidelines.
08-22-2014 | Source: The GW Hatchet
J Street will undergo its first venue changes in two years this semester, as the University replaces two Asian eateries with traditional American fare and closes the campus dining hall’s largest...
08-22-2014 | Source: MLive Michigan
Grand Valley State University students returning to campus this week have a new spot to grab their meals.
08-22-2014 | Source: Chalkbeat New York
Every year, teachers must cajole students into submitting family-income forms, which entitle needy students to subsidized lunches and many schools to federal funds.
08-22-2014 | Source: The Vidette Online
Illinois State Campus Dining is now cash-free at the dining centers and locations outside the Bone Student Center.
Marines at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, in Twentynine Palms, Calif., recently got a taste of the unfamiliar when Joseph Chu, owner of local Red Lotus Restaurant joined Marine cooks for...
08-21-2014 | Source: CNN
Students in Gainesville, Georgia, are likely eating a better lunch than you today.
08-21-2014 | Source: Inside Scoop SF
Six random facts about San Francisco tech company cafeterias
08-21-2014 | Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, imagine what a free breakfast and lunch will do.
08-21-2014 | Source: The College of William & Mary
Students, faculty and staff will have new dining options on campus this year as Sodexo begins its work at William & Mary.
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Students at Nickerson High School now have more entrees—and more seating options—to choose from during meal times.
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