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When Amanda Keown got a call at work from her son last week, the news she received made her furious.
Students at Harrisburg Area Community College this week could no longer purchase food in the campus cafeteria after the school's dining service provider suddenly quit before its contract expired...
With two new dining locations opening in fall 2014 and three more upgrades planned during the next five years, the UT administration knew it needed more students to buy more meal plans.
Lunch Money may become a thing of the past for Cleveland City Schools. "You are good to go," said a lunch server at Ross Elementary School, "thank you," replied the young man...
Two years in, schools are having mixed success putting new healthier school lunch rules in place.
First lady Michelle Obama is on a mission to make American school lunches healthier by replacing greasy pizza and french fries with whole grains, low fat protein, fresh fruit and vegetables.
The cafeteria on the lower level of the Lorain County Administration Building will be open for business starting soon.
The Association for Healthcare Foodservice (AHF) has announced the honorees for several of the awards to be presented next month at AHF’s annual conference in Orlando, Fla.
Three teams from New Jersey and one each from North Carolina and Florida will square off for top honors in the 2014 Culinary Competition sponsored by the Association for Healthcare Foodservice.
Where’s the best place to get a refreshing smoothie in the summer, a hot mocha in the winter and a tasty pizza bagel all year round? Look no further than Charlie Brown’s Cafe, Sonoma State students’...


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