05-12-2015 | Source: The Denver Post
With 85 percent of lunches rejected by students, Boulder Valley public schools are counting on food trucks to get them to eat healthier foods.
05-12-2015 | Source: Cola Daily
The LifeCycle Innovation Project is a three-phase process that takes food waste from lunches and turns it into high-quality compost for use in Lower Richland High School’s greenhouse.
05-12-2015 | Source: Pipe Dream
Binghampton University students and Sodexo employees have incorporated policies including food donation and composting to ensure little food goes to waste.
At the only full-service restaurant on Binghampton University’s campus, students get their fill of burgers, fries and homemade desserts.
05-11-2015 | Source: USA Today
Spoon University has put together a ranking of the best dining halls in the U.S., from big state universities to smaller liberal arts colleges.
05-11-2015 | Source: Times Leader
Despite a former Metz Management Culinary employees’ criticism of Hanover Area’s school food, the board president found nothing wrong with it.
05-11-2015 | Source: Agri-Pulse
Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts wants to enact a new child nutrition law, giving schools more flexibility in meeting standards for school meals.
05-11-2015 | Source: Redlands Daily Facts
The Farm at The Grove School in Redlands, California, has fields, livestock, outbuildings and a farmers market that students tend to.
05-11-2015 | Source: The Courier Online
An Arkansas school district has outsourced food services to Aramark, which promises to hire all child nutrition employees with raises and bonuses. However, the foodservice director and foodservice...
05-11-2015 | Source: The Bristol Press
Faced with an outsourcing decision, one Connecticut school board filed a complaint with the state’s Board of Labor Relations alleging the cafeteria workers union negotiated a tentative agreement in...
Tovah McCord, regional director for The Kitchen Community, shares lessons on why programs like these can help operators get students excited about health.
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At the University of Seattle in Tacoma, they’re voicing fears the proposed wage would cut hours or eliminate their jobs altogether.
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To streamline recruitment of foodservice employees, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, hosts a summer job fair where candidates are interviewed and hired on the spot.
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