Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Inspired by new nutrition rules, districts are now offering these and other meals in hopes of getting students to eat healthier by appealing to their taste buds.
Declining interest in healthier food items in schools are leading some to drop off meal programs.
Union Drive Community Center will soon decide on what food will be served in the renovated dining hall based on which equipment needs to be replaced.
A banana-filled bin at Public School 30 on Staten Island serves as a composting container to help lower the amount of good food being hauled to trash heaps.
Several San Francisco hospitals are working with Physicians for Social Responsibility, a nonprofit organization, to provide healthy, sustainable and savory food items.
Saying it will “transform overnight the way we provide a vital service to our campus,” University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto said the university is moving forward with a 15-year, nearly $250...
Concord School District's foodservice director served thousands of pounds of fresh meat and produce during his first year at the school...
The Boston School Department tossed out all bids for a new food vendor contractor and is now seeking new proposals, city and school officials announced last Wednesday.
Elgin Area School District U-46 has ended a program that provided additional nutritional support for students eligible for free and reduced meals.
Oregon has clearly embraced farm to school programs and is poised to increase the impact local foods have in the lives of school children statewide.


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