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Michelle Obama on Thursday turned her annual garden harvest into a showcase for healthier school lunch standards and pledged to "fight until the bitter end" to keep them in place...
The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education took time to hear some criticism over their recent decision to use federal Community Eligibility Provision funds.
The Green Door and Emporia State University’s dining services, operated by Sodexo, are working together to recycle and reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills. Over the past five years, ESU...
Hungry children stuck at home without transportation will have food come to them this summer as the Manatee County school food service programs rolls out a new program.
Given the current uproar over new federal rules aimed at getting schoolchildren to eat more healthfully, you might think fast food was an endangered species on the cafeteria line.
The University of Kentucky is poised to sign a sweeping contract to replace its in-house dining services with those of a multinational corporation that will provide the university with tens of...
The association held a conference call to share hardships directors are facing with the new USDA regulations.
School nutrition expenses prompt directors to lobby for a break while the White House believes this would be a major step backwards.
Healthy lunch regulations are resulting in wasted food that kids won't eat, critics contend. A new poll shows that most Americans don't think the federal government should be dictating...
The University of Rhode Island Dining Services launched its first mobile application to assist in student time management and convenience on the go.

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