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It's not every day you see students choosing a healthy salad over burgers and fries. But a four-week pilot project at Braden River High School is turning the junk-food trend around...
Valparaiso schools was forced to change its procedures for accounting for money collected under a federally funded lunch program after an audit by the State Board of Accounts revealed a former...
A health fair included fun foods such as spinach smoothies and fresh leafy herbs as Sodexo bridged a “yuck” factor May 1 at Oakwood Elementary School in Elyria.
When Grinnell reopens for students in fall 2014, students can anticipate a revamped dining program that offers greater variety and accessibility for students.
College students can be such finicky eaters that they sometimes will leave behind virtually an entire kitchen full of food.
James Neilson Dining Hall on Cook campus was having an average lunch hour yesterday, with students casually eating and chatting about class and life.
An effort to stop meal plan changes at the University of Tennessee has gained momentum, with over 1,000 students signing an online petition.
District 65 parents voiced heated opposition Thursday night to a proposed district policy that would require all food served at school events to be commercially prepared.
Becky Domokos-Bays of Alexandria City Public Schools has served her students whole-grain pasta 20 times. Each time, she said, they rejected it.
The former head of foodservices for the District’s public schools alleges in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that the school system was overcharged, billed for spoiled produce and shorted millions of...


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