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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.
As Washington debates school lunch standards rolling out across the country, several local school officials said the changes are not very effective in the fight against childhood obesity and in some...
Schools are working on implementing a new NCAA rule that allows athletes to receive unlimited meals and snacks.
Students also eat more produce when a salad bar option is available.
In terms of ambience, Charlotte Central's cafeteria is—well, conjure up your own elementary school lunch experience. There's more than one reason to run to recess...
Los Angeles Unified, the country’s second-largest school system, is home to more than 650,000 students, and 42 percent of them are overweight or obese. In 2011, the district decided healthier school...
Cal Poly Pomona’s food truck, the Poly Trolley, has been awarded first place in the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) 2014 Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards.
Despite White House pressure, the House Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to allow school districts to temporarily opt out of school dietary requirements championed by first lady Michelle Obama.
First lady Michelle Obama is preparing to defend her school lunch menus from Republicans in Congress who are fighting for a scale-back on regulations.


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