04-28-2014 | Source: Deerfield Review
For students at Deerfield’s Walden Elementary School, lunchtime this year is often like dining out at one of their favorite restaurants.
04-28-2014 | Source: The Daily Targum
The Cook Café devised a meal swipe policy this semester to counter the 4,500 students moving through the Cook Campus Center each week at dinnertime.
04-28-2014 | Source: Silicon Valley Business Journal
A few years ago, one shiny tech campus cafeteria with a gourmet chef was enough to lure employees and plenty of media attention.
04-28-2014 | Source: The Tennessean
Starting next year, all undergraduate students at UT will be required to purchase a meal plan, an idea that met with some opposition late last year.
04-25-2014 | Source: Brown Daily Herald
At some point in their undergraduate careers, Brown students may have snacked on an oatmeal-raisin cookie while waiting in line for their salad at Jo’s.
04-25-2014 | Source: Santa Barbara Independent
Gone are the days when a hefty, hair-netted woman scooped slop onto kids’ Styrofoam trays and called it lunch.
04-24-2014 | Source: Simcoe.com
Just in time for Earth Week, Georgian Bay General Hospital aims to eliminate 907 kilograms of waste from going to the landfill. And that’s just the start.
04-24-2014 | Source: Monterey County Herald
Estephanie Pérez Hernández, Emily Ventura, and Graciela García wanted more out of their cafeteria at Monterey High.
04-24-2014 | Source: The Spokesman-Review
Smoke from Toby’s B-B-Q truck wafted through Spokane’s Riverpoint campus Thursday. The aroma of brisket, chicken, ribs and pork carried into nearby Washington State University buildings to draw out...
04-24-2014 | Source: Florida Today
A complaint that elementary school students were drinking Mountain Dew before taking a high-stakes, standardized test has prompted Creel Elementary School to stop the long-standing practice.
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