| Source: Cincinnati.com
From made-in-Butler-County honey in every Miami University dining hall to a farmers market in Uptown Oxford each weekend, Miami University students have a growing taste for local food – and the...
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To reduce the use of Styrofoam plates and bowls, the hospital has started using plates and bowls made of plant fibers, according to a news release.
| Source: Boulder Weekly
Trayless dining in university dining halls: a simple idea, but one with few case studies and fewer reliable metrics.
| Source: Grand Forks Herald
spacious, completely refurbished, cafeteria-style lunch room awaits legislators and visitors to the state legislature, which is about to go into session in Bismarck.
| Source: Medical Press
Two new reports from researchers at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University shows little change in fast food portion sizes and product formulation between 1996 and 2013.
| Source: Victoria Advocate
The death of a Corpus Christi middle school football player has prompted the introduction of a state bill requiring that EpiPens be stocked in all public and charter schools.
| Source: South Coast Today
Limits to students borrowing lunch funds were discussed by the Acushnet School Committee along with other policy issues and updates on Dec. 16.
| Source: Contra Costa Times
A growing national consciousness on the dangers of food allergies is reflected in a new state law that goes into effect Jan. 1, recommending schools keep vital medication on hand to prevent student...
| Source: LA Times
Three days before Los Angeles lawmakers voted on a proposal to ban genetically modified crops, the world's largest biotechnology trade group hired three top City Hall lobbyists to stop it...
| Source: ABC News
St. Joseph’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan, hosts a farmers market every Wednesday in its main lobby featuring produce gown on the hospital’s 25-acre farm.
University dining services director says his program offers healthy options and actively seeks student input.
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In response to student complaints that it was serving nearly raw meat and rotten produce, Aramark says it will step up its feedback process at a Canadian university.
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