Fighting against a 67% increase in the price of school lunches.
Interns for CDS used the “real food calculator” to audit the dining services’ purchases.
Looking beyond beef and beverage innovations round out the list.
The grain changes were welcomed, director wishes calorie restrictions had been changed.
SPE Certified nutritionists are reviewing up to 200 recipes to debut for Spring semester.
Will cease full-service operations and move toward more grab and go.
Best practices will vary from school to school, doctors say.
Jefferson County (Ky.) is one of five districts nationwide to take part in the Breakfast in the Classroom program.
The Federal Trade Commission’s new study founds kids’ snacks showed little nutritional improvement between 2006 and 2009; cereals were “least nutritious.”
Renovations will take campuses from open lunch to closed.
It’s hypocritical to take government money and then suggest, as one school official did, that the government should not expect accountability.
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