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Charlottesville encourages students to place the food they don’t want on these “sharing tables” for other students, but not every item finds a home.
More than 300 McKenzie-­Willamette Medical Center workers returned to work Friday after a three-day strike protesting pay, working conditions and proposed increases to employee health care costs.
Richland County Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to re-bid a food service contract for the county jail, juvenile detention and the Community Alternative Center just two months after accepting...
Each academic year, Bowdoin Dining Services loses roughly 960 knives, 1800 forks, 2400 spoons, 800 mugs and 1500 cups.
Farmington school officials say they have addressed student complaints about school lunches and are making some changes to cafeteria procedures.
UW Health plans to stop selling sugar-sweetened beverages by the end of the year, becoming one of the first health care organizations in Wisconsin to eliminate sugary drinks as a way to encourage...
In the face of declining participation in the school lunch program, Superintendent Michael Delahanty is considering having the high school withdraw from the federal Food and Nutrition Service Program.
The LAUSD is responding to criticism from employees after cafeteria workers were told to only speak English.
Many Farmington High School students are fed up with their school lunch program and hundreds of them are planning to bring their own lunch to school next week in protest.
In an effort to combat obesity and to stand out in a competitive medical market, Toledo-area hospitals are looking for ways to offer healthier, tastier food options to patients, employees, and...


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