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Participation in school lunch has declined markedly in the past three years, despite a slight increase in the percentage of students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals, according to The...
Alaskan king salmon, corn tortillas with cheese, and ramen noodle bars are just some of the options Lexington students will see in their cafeterias this school year.
A pilot program that tested reusable takeout containers at two Penn State Behrend student cafeterias will expand to all Penn State campuses this fall.
And now for the fifth year in a row, the University of Massachusetts Dining Services is going for another world record this time for the world's largest New England clambake...
One Plate Two Plates, UConn Dining Services’ latest venture located in the Student Union, opened for business Friday.
The vegan concept “Shoots” will provide vegan fare for both lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.
Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon Thursday announced a series of grants and tools designed to help schools serve healthier meals and snacks – and help students select them – as they return...
Coffee drinkers on campus should look for a new rewards system from the campus cafes.
The campus community can expect not only more dining locations this fall, but more diversity in food choices, more healthy options and late-night offerings.
Childhood obesity is a national issue and many communities have looked to their schools for help.


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