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Baker, child nutrition director at Raleigh County Schools, has won the designation for the state of West Virginia.
The health advocacy group says hospitals should promote healthy eating and wellness, and fast food is not an example of that practice.
Officials say there was not enough participation to offset the lack of funding received when participating in the federal program.
The legislation inspired by Flint, Mich., would establish a grant program to help schools test water for lead contamination and provide relief for affected districts.
East Irondequoit Central School District in New York tested 800 sources for drinking water and found that 65 of them had high levels of lead.
Chilton County Schools is featuring a salad from a different country every day, including Brazil, Italy and Mexico.
Tukwila School District is seeking federal grant money to provide free breakfast, lunch and dinner to all students, even if they do not qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
Becky Amt, Angela O’Neill, Jeanine Drake and Veronica McLymont are the recipients of four prestigious awards to be presented at AHF’s conference in Dallas.
The menu revamp will start next month and seeks to especially impact the high school level, where officials say participation has seen the biggest decline.
The North Carolina-based university’s zero-waste efforts also include providing campus dining locations with reusable dinnerware, cups and utensils, as well as offering salad bowls instead of...


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