| Source: VTDigger
Sterling College, already known for growing 20% of its own food on campus, has been confirmed as the top college in the U.S. that eats food that is local, sustainable, humane, and fair-trade.
| Source: Moultrie News
The program will expand from Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties to also include counties across the state, where the Medical University of South Carolina's Boeing Center for Children...
| Source: San Benito County Today
Lewis also plans to capitalize on the success of the salad bar by adding a sandwich area where students can design their own lunches Subway style.
| Source: The Monett Times
The FEMA shelter, built between the old cafeteria and the E.E. Camp gymnasium, serves a double function as a new cafeteria and auditorium.
| Source: The Boston Globe
Boston-based start-up LeanBox provides refrigerated fresh food from self-serve kiosks to more than 50 companies in New England, most within the Route 495 corridor.
| Source: FSD Staff
Delaware North Cos. has named Jeremy Jacobs Jr. and Louis Jacobs, sons of Chairman Jeremy Jacobs, as co-CEOs.
| Source: The Grower
Faculty members of the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have looked into their crystal ball and come up with food trends they see for 2015...
| Source: The Sun Herald
Many students are curious about how what they eat gets from the farm to the fork - and want to explore the environmental, economic, historical, cultural, social justice and public health issues along...
| Source: University of Georgia Food Services
UGA’s dining halls serve about 28,000 meals each day when school is in session, and not everyone cleans their plate.
| Source: The Herald
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