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The University of Rhode Island Dining Services launched its first mobile application to assist in student time management and convenience on the go.
Brandon Valley’s school lunch program is at odds with the White House – or at least with the new federal guidelines that mandate more fresh fruits, whole-grain and low-sodium foods and fewer “...
Sun-dried tomato wild mushroom ravioli in a homemade alfredo sauce served with fresh bruschetta, sesame beef teriyaki stir-fry with green beans, and tacos with seasoning made from scratch served with...
Two Dothan City Schools are expecting a quarter of a million dollar update. Girard middle school and Carver Magnet are renovating their cafeterias this summer.
Patti Oliver receives Lifetime Achievement Award; Dick Hynes given Making A Difference honor.
As The Salt's been reporting, the quest to get more fruits, vegetables and whole grains into public schools has once again gotten political...
Flower gardens surrounding the St. Cloud Hospital could bloom a little brighter this year with the help of fertilizer produced from waste food.
Los Angeles Unified announced plans Thursday to provide roughly 4.5-million lunches over the summer break to more than 520,000 students who typically qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
After more than two months out of commission, the Green Tidings food truck will return to the campus, Dining Services officials said.
AOL Co-Founder Steve Case, via his investment fund Revolution Growth, has now made a second deal to fund a company focused on healthy eating.

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