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Fort Thomas Independent School District leaves the program over new regulations that it says are causing increased waste.
The hospital is the first in the country to earn the distinction, which honors locations for serving seafood grown and harvested by certified, environmentally sustainable methods.
Districts in the Denver area are creating partnerships and programs to incorporate local produce into school meals.
HealthAlliance hospitals reworks recipes to create restaurant-style dining.
The high school will forego the federal program to maintain its $400,000 in a la carte sales.
Botetourt County Public Schools served almost 200,000 fewer meals in 2013-2014 than in 2010-2011.
The $6.6 million all-you-care-to-eat facility will feature an open kitchen and multiple salad bars.
The Japan Vegetable Sommelier Association gives the tech company's Tokyo's One Microsoft Café the first certification for an office cafeteria...
New additions will join student favorites, including Chick-fil-A and Panda Express when the student center is renovated.
Speaking at a Senate Agriculture Committee hearing, the state's child nutrition director for the department of education says the state is well prepared to meet new—and old—USDA guidelines...


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