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The Caesar salads served up in some school cafeterias are about to cut their commute time, as a new processing center will allow more local produce to be served in schools.
At a school where a teacher says too many kids go hungry, hundreds of pounds of unopened food are being thrown away in a dumpster each week.
This year, competitors were given a mystery ingredient to include in their dish.
Prince William County cafeterias are not selling milk this week, after workers reported some spoiled containers of milk.
American Capital, Ltd. (Nasdaq: ACAS) ("American Capital" or "the Company") announced today that its portfolio company SMG Holdings, Inc. ("SMG") has acquired Premier...
A report distributed today by the Texas Food Bank Network finds that Texas expanded the number of needy children fed at state-sponsored summer meal sites by eight percent in 2013.
Some hospitals throughout the country are starting to change, with tailor-made patient menus that use locally grown food and focus on fruits and veggies.
Students commented on a recent Cinco de Mayo event and felt it was offensive.
In November 2013, Denison University became the first Ohio school to join the national Food Recovery Network — taking leftover dining hall food and, rather than tossing it, donating it to area...
Area school officials say economic concerns — and changing taste buds of students — are reasons they have no plans to opt out of federal healthier meal standards.

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