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Nearly a quarter of students worry about not having enough money to buy food, according to the study by the University of Minnesota.
Ordering food just became easier at St. Paul’s Bethesda Hospital.
A sales day was lost, but food wasn’t wasted, a spokesman told FSD.
An omnibus spending bill skips Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act reauthorization but gives FSDs a small win.
A doctor summarizes the basics.
Cafeterias are closing down at some Quinte Health Care hospitals and will be replaced with auxiliary cafes or retail food operations.
Jackson Elementary students not only receive a free breakfast, but also have more opportunities each morning for physical activity and academic help.
All 1,124 schools in Los Angeles were shuttered, disrupting cafeteria operations for the day.
Research published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests that the placement of healthy items can make a huge difference in how likely students are to eat them.
A group of vegetarian and vegan students at Loyola Marymount University are petitioning Sodexo to install a new food station on campus.

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