| Source: Springfield News-Sun
A teacher is faulting one school’s recycling system after his students discovered 26-percent of trashed items were actually recyclable.
| Source: 12 News
A cafeteria worker has been arrested and charged after video footage from the school cafeteria showed her striking a child multiple times.
| Source: The Franklin
Students at one Indiana college allege foodservice workers play favorites among students, giving some bigger portions than others.
| Source: yourvalleyvoice.com
One Texas college is running a pilot program, selling beer and wine at a number of home baseball games.
| Source: The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review has announced the Top 50 green colleges.
| Source: Daily Herald
Some parents and teachers say the free meal takes up class time and wastes food by serving students who don’t want or need it.
| Source: The Telegram
Memorial University officials say parents and students now perceive they are getting sub-standard service and quality on an ongoing basis.
| Source: Click on Detroit
Children with food allergies are faced with bullying in schools. However, many students don’t report it to anyone.
| Source: Senior Housing News
One senior living organization is rethinking dining operations, taking a restaurant-style approach while also promoting green causes and community interaction.
| Source: WPXI
A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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