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A report distributed today by the Texas Food Bank Network finds that Texas expanded the number of needy children fed at state-sponsored summer meal sites by eight percent in 2013.
Some hospitals throughout the country are starting to change, with tailor-made patient menus that use locally grown food and focus on fruits and veggies.
Students commented on a recent Cinco de Mayo event and felt it was offensive.
In November 2013, Denison University became the first Ohio school to join the national Food Recovery Network — taking leftover dining hall food and, rather than tossing it, donating it to area...
Area school officials say economic concerns — and changing taste buds of students — are reasons they have no plans to opt out of federal healthier meal standards.
Metz Culinary Management has become the first foodservice management company to support the Clemens Food Group’s Farm Promise program.
Already feeling the pressure of stringent new government nutrition guidelines, the district's food services department is also now starting to feel the pinch of increasing food costs...
Across six categories tiered by institution size, semifinalist winners of the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) Loyal E. Horton Awards were named in May.
While the debate of school nutrition guidelines rolls on, foodservice workers are dealing with their own internal food fight.
In an effort to become more sustainable, Chartwells food service has announced that its service at Catawba will no longer be using paper, Styrofoam and some plastics.

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