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The National School Nutrition Association blames new federal nutrition standards requiring students to take more fresh fruits and vegetables as well as increasing the amount of whole grains.
Faced with the latest federal restrictions on school-served meals and snacks, members of the Windham school board agreed this week to explore all options.
Students at Jeffries Elementary School got a taste of some locally grown foods on Tuesday. In addition to the school lunch menu, kids got to try a mix of fruits and vegetables, all of which were...
Auburn University students and faculty probably didn't notice the changes in their dining rooms this summer, but school officials said today the campus is now "Styrofoam free."...
About seven in 10 young adults are ineligible for military service, according to a new report from a group that is pushing school nutrition standards as a way to improve that situation.
Dining Services and the University Health Center are collaborating with other campus departments and student volunteers to open a food pantry in late October in Cole Field House that will distribute...
Fried fish, dried seaweed, tomatoes, miso soup with potatoes, rice in a metal container, served with milk.
Tiger Dining has introduced a new food truck, Ceci, which excited students across the cultural spectrum when it opened Monday.
By 7 a.m., the small crew at the bakery in the Davenport Community School District’s Davenport Learning Center already has been hard at work.
Bill Gill was taken slightly aback as he entered the newly renovated Coshocton Hospital cafeteria Monday morning.


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