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Meal plan prices at six Minnesota universities will rise nearly 11 percent next school year as student demand for healthy, vegan and organic options grows.
Students who follow breakfast at home with an additional breakfast at school are less likely to be overweight than their peers who skip the meal altogether, according to the study.
Kent State University in Ohio and Maine-based Bowdoin College claim the top two spots in College Rank’s list for colleges with the best dining experience.
The supper program will ensure students have a nutritious dinner, officials at Richmond County Schools say.
One elementary school in the Virginia-based district saw an uptick of 117 percent, officials say.
The no-snack policy is in place to reduce the risk of allergic reactions for students with food allergies and keep “critters” out of the school, Amity Regional High School officials say.
The sports company will no longer offer candy bars, soda, pasta or fried foods at its corporate campus.
Canyon Vista Medical Center has a growing number of doctors and staff who prefer a plant-based diet for themselves as well as for their patients.
Less than half of the students with food allergies have allergen-free alternatives available at their school, the report found.
Aspen Valley Hospital in Colorado and New York-based Stony Brook University Hospital tied for first place in the Physicians Committee’s 2016 list of hospitals with the healthiest food.

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