| Source: The Daily Tar Heel
Every day in Top of Lenoir, hundreds of students line up at the conveyor belt to drop off plates piled high with unwanted pizza crusts, rejected pot roast and the last few bites of lima beans.
| Source: Circa
Congress will join a number of US cities that have imposed restrictions on polystyrene, a widely used plastic known best as Styrofoam.
| Source: Columbia Spectator
After some attempts to lower the high temperature in the kitchen of John Jay Dining Hall last semester, Columbia Dining is still searching for a permanent fix to the ongoing heat problem.
| Source: Kokomo Tribune
Northwestern students used to look forward to lunch every Thursday, when restaurant-style fried chicken and French fries would be served.
| Source: Yale Daily News
With music blasting, flags waving and food for sampling, the University came together Sunday to celebrate the start of fall.
| Source: The Fairfield Mirror
Students’ hunger for change in Fairfield’s dining services seems to have been fed by Sodexo’s updated dining options implemented at the start of this semester.
| Source: The Crimson White
If a student buys a Chick-fil-A sandwich combo at the Ferguson Center for lunch every school day for a semester, they will spend around $140 more than if they had purchased the same meal at an off-...
| Source: The Hill
First lady Michelle Obama said it was "natural" that kids are "grumbling" over new requirements for schools to fill vending machines and lunch lines with healthier food, but that...
| Source: Becky Schilling
According to the USDA, new school meal standards will force school districts and states to absorb $1.22 billion in new food, labor and administrative costs in fiscal year 2015.
| Source: West Hawaii Today
The Kauai County Council has unanimously passed a resolution urging state officials, parents and guardians to prevent students from going hungry at schools
Everyone, it seems, wants to offer us tips on healthier eating. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gotten into the act.
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