Bill would have would have required charters to provide low-income students free or reduced-price meals.
Students at Wellesley College currently pay $6,418 per year for their meal plan, making it the most expensive meal plan when compared to other area schools.
Program has saved the hospital about $2,000 a week.
Cameras would caputre what goes in trash.
Whole grain pizza crust meets new USDA requirements.
Local organic restaurant offers meals at cost for school.
All items are priced at $6 or less.
Truck offers local ingredients in its burger/sandwich-focused menu.
Cafeteria has been deemed a three star-certified green restaurant.
Inside the cafeteria at Lincoln Elementary School in Oakland, Calif., students fidgeted in line, waiting to flip the contents of their lunch trays.
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