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Cal Poly Pomona’s food truck, the Poly Trolley, has been awarded first place in the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) 2014 Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards.
Despite White House pressure, the House Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to allow school districts to temporarily opt out of school dietary requirements championed by first lady Michelle Obama.
First lady Michelle Obama is preparing to defend her school lunch menus from Republicans in Congress who are fighting for a scale-back on regulations.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and the School Nutrition Association (SNA) both struck conciliatory notes Wednesday and told reporters they would be willing to accept compromises beyond the school...
Something stinks in college cafeterias managed by French catering company Sodexo, and it has nothing to do with the food.
The final phase of nutrition regulations in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act will go into place this July, requiring school districts to offer more whole grains, fruits, and vegetables both in...
On June 30, Aggie Cash will no longer be accepted on off-campus locations. According to Kraig Brady, UC Davis Student Housing food service contract manager, the change is due to the partnership...
Curley K-8 School in Jamaica Plain has refused to restock its salad bar since September and has restocked snacks, including cookies and chips, during lunch.
Fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and meats are the emerging stars of school menus across Georgia.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack lashed out Thursday against critics seeking to weaken the country's nutrition standards for school lunches, arguing that changes to the successful...

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