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Last spring, HUDS stopped purchasing SodaStream water machines after raised concerns to administrators that the appliances could offend Palestinian students.
Rutgers University says it has saved $300,000 in the first 10 weeks since it eliminated trays in three student dining halls.
Fish sticks made way for a different sea bounty at schools throughout the Seacoast on Wednesday, Dec. 11, when locally caught Acadian redfish was prepared and served in the cafeteria.
To avoid new federal dietary regulations that would have affected much of the cafeteria offerings at Greenwich High, the Board of Education unanimously decided last June to withdraw the school from...
An army marches on its stomach, Napoleon Bonaparte once said. John Elway, the Denver Bronco's general manager and executive vice president of football operations, must feel the same way about a...
Less than a month after a student group organized its first plastic-free week, its petition to ban single-use plastic water bottles has more than 800 signatures.
Students in Duval County will start off the next school year with a brand new menu for breakfast and lunch.
You won't find any mystery meat, fruit in syrup or giant cookies in Ellensburg school lunches, thanks to new nutrition guidelines carried out by Ellensburg School District Food Services Director...
Life Care Centers of America is welcoming a new executive food service director to the campus, David Decker.
While the meal plan at University of Georgia may be simple to understand and comparative to the price of other schools’ options, the convenience and quality it provides is what keeps students coming...

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