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Palomar Health received a certificate of recognition for its nutrition education efforts, including its Meatless Monday program, which teaches patients how to make better dietary choices.
Earlier this week, Foodservice Director ran a story highlighting one Indiana district’s use of so-called “sandwiches of shame” as a tactic to reduce debt.
The association is seeking reimbursement for the more than $1 billion in loans and interest owed by school districts.
Since enforcing its controversial new policy, Kokomo High School has reduced its accrued lunch debt by $20,000.
Officials at Bethel School District say the meal-prep site will help cut costs and improve efficiency.
The new program is just one way to combat food insecurity on campus, officials say.
The Bookmark[et] Eatery features five restaurants that emphasize local and international food as well as dairy-free and vegan options.
The vendor will bring more “progressive” menu options to the campus.
The vendor will provide food, retail and facility services to competing teams.
The school’s policy to encourage families to pay off lunch debt has resulted in what critics are calling “sandwiches of shame.”

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