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A high school has more than doubled its average number of school breakfasts served.
The bill would prohibit California schools from withholding lunch from students and require them to notify guardians when unpaid lunch fees reach a certain threshold.
Dining staff are using easy-to-replicate displays to draw students to nutritious choices.
The school credited its switch to anytime dining and stepped-up composting efforts with causing the declines.
If a new proposal is greenlit, the university’s dining halls could accept food stamps as soon as next fall.
A new program, dubbed Lunch My Way, allows students to build their own meals.
Dining services partnered with the science school to serve a “biologically diverse” menu with such items as cheddar insect larvae.
The longtime FSD was honored for championing farm-to-fork fare and healthy options for K-12 students.
A visiting chef prepared traditional German fare for students over a two-day period.
The FSD-run program grants meals to students who are not on a meal plan and who are struggling financially.

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