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A new report Thursday found that only 2% of the projected increase in federal spending over the next decade will be dedicated to programs benefiting children.
Hoping to find a quicker way to get responses about their service, Dining Services launched a pilot of the text feedback program this fall.
After a week of having the program in place, University of Maine Dining Services decided to drop the $5 minimum retirement on credit card purchases.
An eighth grade student from Weaverville Elementary School got a detention slip for sharing his school prepared lunch Tuesday.
As the federal government continues to exert influence over public schools, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert has introduced a bill that would limit the feds from mandating which foods schools must...
A scan of hospital food pictures on Flickr and various blogs reveals gastronomic works of art — as well as what looks pretty close to the gruel Oliver Twist must have been fed in his workhouse.
It will be months before CHI Health Good Samaritan re-opens its cafeteria after the Aug. 9 flood, but the damage could have been worse, Jan Hankey, the hospital’s director of nutrition services, said.
Students at schools throughout Madison County are enjoying more locally-grown food through a new partnership with North Alabama farmers.
A report by Dining and Culinary Services revealed student employment for fall 2014 is short 3,500 hours in comparison to last year.
Responding to student feedback, Harvard University Dining Services will now serve a heartier breakfast on Saturday mornings before brunch, according to an email announcement sent out on Thursday.


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