| Source: Palo Verde Valley Times
Palo Verde College is currently looking for applicants interested in operating the Pirates Den located inside the services building.
| Source: FSD Staff
Debra Eschmeyer has been named the new executive director of the White House’s Let’s Move! anti-childhood-obesity campaign.
| Source: Grand Valley Lanthorn
According to the campus dining website, 76 percent of meal plans sold in 2014 were from students who were not required to have a meal plan but chose to add one on after their freshmen year.
| Source: The Gazette-Virginian
The deadline for the Halifax County Public School Board to submit a renewal of their contract with Sodexo, a food service management company, to the Virginia Department of Education is March 31, and...
| 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.
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