| Source: The DePaulia
A group of students started a petition at one Chicago university, hoping to improve nutrition labels on menus in the student center.
| Source: KHON
Earlier this year, students at one district were forced to skip lunch due to food shortages. See how things have changed.
| Source: Napa Valley Register
Students who normally go to Chipotle or Subway for lunch say their school cafeteria is making strides in healthful, flavorful food that kids want to eat.
| Source: The Daily Meal
The app, Nutrislice, provides dietary information and allows Chartwells to communicate with both parents and
| Source: Lancaster Online
A consortium of Pennsylvania colleges received the EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge Endorser of the Year award, recognizing food waste reduction efforts.
| Source: Medical Daily
A study out of San Diego shows students make healthier decisions at lunch when guided by emoticons and with a prize incentive.
| Source: KOB 4
A food fight is breaking out on a New Mexico university’s campus after two local restaurants are being forced to move to make way for a national sandwich chain.
| Source: The Bulletiin
One food services director says although she isn’t sure how many students are eating the vegetables, the most important thing is that they’re being exposed to them.
| Source: U.S. Department of Defense
The Defense Department will strengthen its Healthy Children programs by adding fitness, nutrition and tobacco-free living into military children’s curriculum.
| Source: Orlando Sentinel
Anna Schroth, a parent who wanted to bring more awareness to nutrition, is doing that by serving smoothies at her child’s elementary school.
Gail Simmons is raising awareness about child nutrition issues in New York City, as Congress prepares to reauthorize the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
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One Pittsburgh-area high school is making strides in reducing waste through active recycling and composting programs supported by the students and community.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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