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Schools across the country are trying to figure how to handle new USDA requirements on snacks sold on school grounds during school hours.
Plans to offer free breakfast and lunch to all students at Barre City Elementary and Middle School starting in the fall have hit a snag because of one of the requirements for participating in the...
Campus Dining hosts their traditional “Late Night Breakfast” to thank students for dining with them.
The whole thing started with a simple question: How far does our food travel?
The May 14 meeting of the Associated Students at UCSD —the governing student body —unanimously passed a resolution in support of a joint project brought forward by the Union of Jewish Students and...
University of Iowa students will have two more reasons to remember their student IDs or debit cards.
Hot dogs, hamburgers and other cooked food may be scarce at some high school concession stands this spring as Ingham County schools and booster clubs work to meet newly enforced state rules for...
Marble Hill High School sophomore Saira Majid, 15, waits until after school to eat lunch. Though her family’s income is high enough to disqualify her from the free lunch program, the $1.75 her school...
Bravo to Arlington Heights High School District 214, which last week told the federal government to take its meal subsidy and new regulations on what kids can eat at school and to go scratch.
Beyond a stack of hay bales, past the site of Indiana’s first soil-judging contest, high school students in this tiny eastern town stroll down a grassy slope to reach their newest classroom: a fenced...

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