04-02-2014 | Source: The Collegiate Times
A new burger concept has opened on the campus of Virginia Tech.
04-02-2014 | Source: Technician
Staff dietitian Lisa Eberhart suggests better-for-you options for North Carolina State University dining locations.
04-02-2014 | Source: The Eastern Echo
Eastern Michigan raises dining hall prices by 4% to pay for increased food costs and upgrades to dining facilities.
04-01-2014 | Source: UT San Diego
Amid the nation's childhood obesity epidemic, schools in nearly a quarter of all states record body mass index scores, measuring hundreds of thousands of students...
03-31-2014 | Source: San Francisco Chronicle
Williams College has agreed to pay $86,000 total to dozens of servers, wait staff and bartenders the school employed to cater off-campus and non-college events.
03-31-2014 | Source: Dakota Student
The University of North Dakota is changing its coffee creamer to a trans fat-free version.
03-31-2014 | Source: Boulder Weekly
Foodservices at National Parks will get a healthy and sustainable makeover following new federal rules.
03-31-2014 | Source: The Daily Meal
The Daily Meal names it's 10 best school meals programs...
03-28-2014 | Source: The Towerlight.
In an effort to improve student health and dietary wellbeing, nutrition information kiosks have been added to the West Village, Newell and Glen dining halls.
03-27-2014 | Source: Philadelphia City Paper
Philadelphia students are campaigning to dump the company that provides many of the city’s public schools with frozen, pre-plated lunches, contending that the food provided by Maramont, a subsidiary...
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