| Source: KATU
The White House proposed new rules Tuesday to limit how schools are allowed to market sugary drinks and junk food to students during school hours and school-related activities.
| Source: The News-Gazette
Imagine serving lunch and having nobody eat it. That's what has the Monticello school district pondering a drop from the National School Lunch Program, at least for the high school cafeteria...
| Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
A school is no longer a place for selling cupcakes and soda.
| Source: Advance-Titan
Pork sausages, turkey tacos and baked chicken returned to Blackhawk Commons’ entrée line Monday after the campus dining hall eliminated its Meatless Mondays program due to unpopularity among...
| Source: Boulder Daily Camera
The Boulder Valley School District is poised to jump on the food truck trend, thanks to a $75,000 donation from Whole Foods.
Rafi Taherian, executive director of Yale Dining at Yale Univ., was named FoodService Director's FSD of the Year for 2013. Taherian was honored at the 2014 MenuDirections conference in Charlotte...
| Source: MinnPost
A couple of weeks ago when Sanford Middle School debuted its new, cooked fresh, on-site lunch, the center of the plate was chicken.
| Source: Redwood Falls Gazette
In a typical month, A.J. Klein is responsible for creating up to 2,750 meals at the Redwood Area Hospital.
| Source: The Chronicle
The Loop Pizza Grill has been in the process of getting approval from Duke Dining to deliver alcohol to students, said Loop manager Owen Slomianyj.
| Source: StarTribune
For 45 minutes each week, students in Jessica Busch’s class at Red Pine Elementary in Eagan are no longer just first-graders.
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Regional sandwiches.
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Schools in the Quad Cities are adding a new subject to their curriculum that’s all about what your student eats and drinks.
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Michael Mills, foodservice director for the Jennings Center has found a way to save his department money while satisfying the desires of residents under the facility’s recently adopted person-centered care model.
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