| Source: The Times-News
The university’s Green World outlet is teaching mainstream diners how to appreciate tofu.
| Source: Illinois Wesleyan University
Students at Illinois Wesleyan can donate a meal from their meal plan toward dinner at non-profit.
| Source: The Christian Science Monitor
On a Monday morning in the Boston University food court, students toss plates of food in bins with multicolored labels: green for recycling, black for landfill, and yellow for compostables.
| Source: The Valley Breeze
The Pawtucket School Committee last week rescinded its controversial three-year contract extension with long-time food service provider Sodexo, scrapping its original request for proposals and...
| Source: The Diamondback
When senior biology and psychology major Melissa Patel ordered pasta at the South Campus Dining Hall last fall and requested no meat, her server asked her if she was vegetarian — a first in her...
| Source: The Buffalo News
The hospital at 565 Abbott Road near Cazenovia Park held 308 inpatients when the snow began and is caring for about 330, including those in the emergency room, with a staff consisting mainly of the...
| Source: Merced Sun-Star
Merced College’s Los Banos campus on Friday held a dedication and groundbreaking ceremony for its Food Forest, a garden area that will be arranged with fruit-bearing trees, berry bushes and herbs...
| Source: CBS Boston
Boston is home to many of the nation’s best hospitals, but the I-Team discovered some of these institutions may not always be as careful with the food they serve as they are with patient care.
| Source: BBC
The health secretary said: "Scotland has led the way in the UK when it comes to developing and monitoring standards for nutritional care and catering in hospitals...
| Source: KVNF
According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, one in five adults in the state are obese, and one out of every seven children are.
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