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Parents and students have complained that school lunches aren’t as filling as they used to be thanks to new federal guidelines. But administrators say students are still throwing food out.
Cafeteria workers at Frontier Central schools are concerned that their jobs may be affected when the district tries to plug a predicted $290,000 deficit in the food service budget this year.
Maranacook Community High School recently held several events in conjunction with Maine Harvest Lunch Week, Sept. 29-Oct. 3.
The city's in-school scrap collection program will grow from 90 schools to more than 720 around the city — including every public school in Manhattan and Staten Island, the Department of...
October is a special month designated to vegetarians nationwide. In light of that, all six dining halls are preparing new dishes and activities for vegetarian students on campus throughout the entire...
Starting in mid-September, the dining hall stopped leaving cereal out in Whitman’s Dining Hall during late night. Cereal is now offered on the Lee Snack Bar menu.
Students at Highlands High School can get fries with their meal anytime they want after Fort Thomas Independent Schools dropped out of the federal meals program this year.
Today the School Nutrition Association is Washington’s loudest and most public critic of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Starting today, meat is off the menu at all Sarasota County schools. They're launching Meatless Mondays...
WJCC Child Nutrition Services and the Williamsburg Health Foundation’s Student Health Initiative Program have partnered in an effort to improve the quality of school lunches — and raise healthier...


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