09-14-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
With the expiration of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act less than three weeks away, School Nutrition Association President Jean Ronnei sent a letter to key members of congress Monday, stressing the...
A recent study found that children in schools with shorter lunch periods tend to eat less and throw away more food.
09-14-2015 | Source: Thrillist
Bowdoin College and Northwestern University top the Thrillist list of the best college and university dining halls in the country.
09-14-2015 | Source: The Tampa Tribune
The University of South Florida’s food pantry opened September 1 for students struggling to secure a meal.
09-11-2015 | Source: The Packer
Bertrand Weber, director of Minneapolis Public Schools' culinary and nutrition services, says kids should be required to include fresh produce in their diets and schools should move away from...
09-11-2015 | Source: The Elm
Monroe, chef at Maryland-based Washington College, won the foodservice provider’s 2015 Mid-Atlantic Region Chef of the Year award, part of its Be-A-Star program.
09-11-2015 | Source: Billings Gazette
Lockwood School officials say they’ve encouraged the activity part of fighting obesity by adding breakfast in the classroom, sparing students the choice of either eating before school or playing...
09-11-2015 | Source: Orlando Sentinel
Students in Seminole and Orange county schools will be served mostly anti-biotic-free chicken, a new macaroni and cheese recipe and a new selection of breads that include pretzel rolls and ciabatta.
09-10-2015 | Source: News Times
Nearly 50 school districts in Connecticut will have to rebid their lunch programs after an audit by the USDA found issues in two areas of the proposal requests, including an omission that price was...
09-10-2015 | Source: The Daily Nebraskan
Some of the products found at University of Nebraska-Lincoln c-stores are past their expiration date, a conscious effort by the retail operations manager to cut down on waste.
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