| Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The dinner program, free to all children 18 and under who live in the district, started in September. In a little over a month, the district has served an average of 100 students per day and has had...
| Source: BU Today
BU Food, an app that was released in the iTunes store at the beginning of September, is the brainchild of Santiago Beltran (ENG’17) and Darryl L. Johnson (ENG’17).
| Source: Penn Current
Several leading Philadelphia retail stores—a ramen noodle restaurant, a gift boutique, and a coffee house that also sells clothes—have expanded or relocated their businesses to Penn.
| Source: WLBT-WBDB
Cafeteria food has taken on a fresh, new twist in the Biloxi School District. This week, Biloxi schools are serving dishes that feature products grown in Mississippi.
| Source: The Diamondback
A shift in student and faculty culture has led to wider participation in sustainable activities and lower waste-emitting rates, according to this university’s annual Sustainability Progress Report...
| Source: The Daily Beacon
Unlike other restaurants on Cumberland Avenue, the two UT Dining locations accept Dining Dollars as payment from students, creating what the Cumberland Merchants Association describes as an unfair...
| Source: The Salamanca Press
Guidelines instituted by the federal government have impacted what students at Salamanca and elsewhere can and can’t bring into the lunchroom.
| Source: KCCI
Sysco is suing to try to block the release of its contracts with University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
| Source: Senior Housing News
As “scoop and serve” models of the past are making way for restaurant-style dining services in senior living, providers are taking note of their hiring practices—which today involve recruitment of...
| Source: The Elkhart Truth
Parents and students have complained that school lunches aren’t as filling as they used to be thanks to new federal guidelines. But administrators say students are still throwing food out.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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